For des bruits "rigolos," can I use "drôles?"
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
Just to add to Chris' answer.
We do accept 'drôles de bruits' and take a look at my answer to another student to see the explanation of this particular expression -
Hope this helps!
Drôle has a different connotation than rigolo. It's "funny" in the direction of "strange", whereas rigolo is just funny without that off-ish taste.
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