This/That – ce (m) or cet (m) if vowel or h follows, cette (f) even when vowel follows
(Pronounced Se, Set and Set)
This, sir, (ce) is the set (cet) of golf clubs you should replace that old set (cette) of yours with.
The French use the same word for the pronouns of "this" and "that". However, which word they use depends on whether the noun it refers to is masculine or feminine. If the noun is feminine then they use the word cette. If the word is masculine they use the word ce, unless the masculine noun begins with a vowel or silent h, in which case they use the word cet.