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Both work fine as questions but I'd like to point out that it is not because you are using C'est the same way as Est-ce. It's just the way you phrase it I'm objecting to, for grammar's sake. You can ask a question: Just by adding a question mark to the affirmative sentence (and when speaking the intonation differs): C'est quelqu'un qui vous prête un ...


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Virtual reality in French is réalité virtuelle. If I had seen C'est la VR I absolutely never would have guessed what it meant, but I'm not "in" that sort of thing. Although some people use VR in French, if you want to use initials you'd better take the French initials RV which are more often used in French. It depends if you want to be understood ...


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