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**How would i make the following statement into a question using "Est-ce que"?

1. Anne ne la ferme pas.

**I also need help turning the following sentence into a question by using "Est-ce que", N'est-ce pas, and inverting the subject and verb.

1. Julie et Lisette sont soeurs.

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asked by Sarah
  1. Est-ce que Julie et Lisette sont soeurs?
    Julie et Lisette sont soeurs, n'est-ce pas?

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    posted by E.G.
  2. Lets look at how to form questions in French. There are 4 ways.

    1. straight word order, adding non?
    Juliette et Lisette sont des soeurs, non?
    2. straight word order, adding n'est-ce pas at the end.
    Juliette et Lisette sont des soeurs, n'est-ce pas?
    3. Beginning with "Est-ce que..."
    Est-ce que Juliette et Lisette sont des soeurs?
    4. This is perhaps a bit more difficult, with inversion, at first, but it is most common.
    Juliette et Lisette sont-elles des soeurs?

    Sra (aka Mme)

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