So I got a little confused: Why is there no "de" before "quelques", "plusieurs" etc? Why doesn't the rule of "de" before adjectives that precede nouns apply here?
Copying from the lesson:-
"If we had to establish an order of quantity, it would go like this:
a couple / some /a few
many / numerous
de nombreux (m) de nombreuses (f) "
Hope this helps.
Quelque(s), etc. are indefinites. Nombreux is just an ordinary adjective.
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