Y a-t-il une différence entre la prononciation de ce beau tabouret et ces beaux tabourets ?

Comment est-ce possible de distinguer, en écoutant, si on parle au singulier ou au pluriel ? Habituellement, on peut distinguer le singulier et le pluriel avec la prononciation… Par exemple: le petit tabouret et les petits tabourets (le et les ont différentes prononciations).

Est-ce la même chose avec ce et ces ?

Is there any difference between the pronunciation of ce beau tabouret and ces beaux tabourets?

How is it possible, listening to someone, to understand if he/she refers to singular or plural? Usually I think it's possible to distinguish is, as they're pronounced in a different way. For example: le petit tabouret and les petits tabourets (le and les are pronounced in a different way).

Is it the same with ce and ces?

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The difference in pronunciation between 'ce' and 'ces' is the same as 'le' and 'les'.

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