Why is it une vraie cuisine when vraie before the noun means "quite a" vs after the noun means "true"? Une vraie histoire= quite a story.

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12 January 2019

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Why is it une vraie cuisine when vraie before the noun means "quite a" vs after the noun means "true"? Une vraie histoire= quite a story.

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French writing exercise "If I were a chef"

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