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English - Australia

I am often a bit torn about the use of "c'est <> il est" when it comes to structures such as

"it is important/essential/ vital that"

are both

"c'est <> il est" correct? or is there a slight change of meaning?

Merci beaucoup d'avance!
  • Michelvar

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