Kwiziq community member
8 September 2016
You have Jeune before the noun, but it can be placed before or afterwards.
The example i was given is un jeune professeur and a professeur jeune. The first meaning he was not long a professeur and the second that he was a professeur who was young in age. If this is the case can we always assume that jeune before the noun means young in age?
This relates to:Short and common adjectives that go BEFORE nouns (adjective position) -
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10 September 2016
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