CETTE soirée s'est très bien passé

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CETTE soirée s'est très bien passé

we use "soirée" in the sentence CETTE soirée s'est très bien passé which translates to "THAT EVENING" , even if we consider it to be a duration and not a point in time ,isn't there a rule that when we use demonstrative adjectives(this, that etc. ) we use quantity words like jour, an, soir etc.  

Asked 5 months ago

CETTE soirée s'est très bien passé

we use "soirée" in the sentence CETTE soirée s'est très bien passé which translates to "THAT EVENING" , even if we consider it to be a duration and not a point in time ,isn't there a rule that when we use demonstrative adjectives(this, that etc. ) we use quantity words like jour, an, soir etc.  

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