Adjectives that go after or before

NicoleA1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Adjectives that go after or before

Bonjour. 

I took a quiz and it said I was wrong when I put charment last but in the list it says if an adverb is 2 or more syllables it go after the adjective? Or would charmant not be considered an adverb and incase be considered the adjective of Clark gable?


Thanks

Nicole

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Nicole, 

you might have noticed that this particular lesson is about adjectives that go BEFORE nouns, and 'charmant' comes under the first category -

1.  Adjectives qualifying a proper noun (starting with a capital letter)

so 

Le charmant Clark Gable 

is the correct answer.

Bonne Continuation!

NicoleA1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Ah thanks so much for the clarification makes sense now. 

Merci

Nicole

Adjectives that go after or before

Bonjour. 

I took a quiz and it said I was wrong when I put charment last but in the list it says if an adverb is 2 or more syllables it go after the adjective? Or would charmant not be considered an adverb and incase be considered the adjective of Clark gable?


Thanks

Nicole

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