I did a test that the following sentence was right: une histoire très intéressante. I don^'

ZsuzsannaA1Kwiziq community member

I did a test that the following sentence was right: une histoire très intéressante. I don^'

Asked 5 years ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Deleted,

If I have understood your query ( I can't find the actual Kwiz question),  you can say both -

Une histoire très intéressante 

or 

Une très intéressante histoire 

because of the 'très'

If it was the adjective intéressant/e on its own it would be after the noun.

C'est un homme intéressant 

C'est une personne intéressante 

Hope this helps!

ZsuzsannaA1Kwiziq community member
I did a test where the following sentence was right: une histoire très intéressante. I don't understand why. Why not: une très intéressante histoire, because the 'trés' is an exception. Thank you for your reply!
DeletedC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

I'm bumping this one up as I don't understand this part of the rule either - hopefully someone will be able to explain.

I did a test that the following sentence was right: une histoire très intéressante. I don^'

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