I'm beginning to study French and I have a very basic doubt: how to say “that” in French. I don't mean “cette”, “ce” or “ça”. For example:

  • I think that all the girls in Montreal are pretty
  • Je pense que toutes les femmes de Montréal sont très belles.

I understand that it is “que”, but reading sometimes I see “qui”. Is there some rule to apply it?

  • Can you show an example of "Qui".
    – milk2go
    Aug 14, 2015 at 17:11
  • @milk2go I think this is not a good example, but is the one I remembered where to find =]: Qu'est-ce qui change dans une phrase interrogative quand on Aug 14, 2015 at 17:44

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I found a good link that will help you. It explains the difference between the 2 relative pronouns.


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