Adjectives after c'est are masculine

TamaniA2

Adjectives after c'est are masculine

Yet the examples state: "C'est une jolie robe," and "C'est une bonne nageuse." Why is the feminine used here?
Asked 2 years ago
LauraKwiziq language super star
Bonjour Tamani, When c'est is followed only by an adjective, it's masculine: C'est joli, C'est bon, C'est intéressant. When it's followed by a noun and adjective, as in your examples, the adjective follows the normal rules of agreement.
AurélieKwiziq language super star
Thanks to your question Tamani, I've now updated the related lesson to remove any ambiguity :) Merci et à bientôt !
TamaniA2
I'm glad I've made an impact! Merci!
Hi Aurèlie, what did you change in the lesson because after reading it several times I still had the same question as Tamani, although your response did answer my question. Thanks
Tamani asked:View original

Adjectives after c'est are masculine

Yet the examples state: "C'est une jolie robe," and "C'est une bonne nageuse." Why is the feminine used here?

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