What is essential to know about French sentence structure?

In French there are two very commonly used sentence structures.

1. Sentences initiated with «voilà»:

💬 For Example:
VoilĂ  mon chien qui m'apporte le journal.
Possible translations are:
→ Here is my dog bringing me my newspaper.
→ So, this is my dog...
→ Here comes...

2. Sentences with «c'est...qui/que» or «ce sont...qui/que…»

💬 For Example:
C'est mon chien qui m'apporte le journal.
– Now my dog is the one that brings me the newspaper.(every single morning)
– It’s my dog that brings me the newspaper.


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