For the sentence "pour faire de nouveaux objets en verre". If I were writing this, in order to give the same meaning, I would say "pour faire des nouveaux objets en verre". I could not really grasp the meaning it adds. Can you explain please?
Reading B1, Technology & Science, Listening or Seeing B2
This is because of a little grammatical rule which is the purpose of the following lesson -
"Des" becomes " de/d' " in front of adjectives preceding nouns (French Partitive Articles)
Hope this helps!
Just a little added remark:
Without the nouveaux, this would be a standard partitive article.
pour faire des objets en verre -- to make (some) objects of glass
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