Bonjour ! "C'est ça" is often followed by a noun. For example: C'est ça la vie, c'est ça l'amour. C'est ça le probleme. In such cases, does "c'est ça" roughly mean "that's"? That's life, that's love. That's the problem. What's the difference between "c'est ça" and "ça, c'est"? Maybe the latter is used for something you can point at? What's the difference between "c'est ça" and simple "c'est"? I would appreciate any explanation or clarification. Merci d'avance !