"Il fait should always be followed by an adjective, and il y a used with nouns."

"Il fait should always be followed by an adjective, and il y a used with nouns."

Asked 5 months ago
AlexanderA2Correct answer

Ah...

Ignore me actually :-|

I've just read the explanation again and it says:

"Case of il fait du soleil or Il fait soleil: This seems to be presented as idiomatic in a lot of French learning methods,"

I missed that is is an idiom before, sorry!

So why would one say "Il fait soleil", as soleil is a noun ?

Where did you see that sentence?

"Il fait should always be followed by an adjective, and il y a used with nouns."

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