If you use an adjective that's not on the BEFORE list with a short adverb, does it stay BEHIND the noun or not? "Une très gentille fille."

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Tilen

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2 August 2018

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If you use an adjective that's not on the BEFORE list with a short adverb, does it stay BEHIND the noun or not? "Une très gentille fille."

This relates to:
Adjectives usually go AFTER nouns (adjective position) -

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

9 August 2018

9/08/18

Hi Tilen,

You can say both,

Une très gentille fille  and    Une fille très gentille.

Un bien meilleur élève  or   Un élève bien meilleur

Une maison très confortable   or    Une très confortable maison ...

Hope this helps!

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