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Kwiziq community member
6 June 2018
why magnifique come
after noun in « endroits magnifiques »
but before noun in « magnifiques gâteaux »
This question relates to:French lesson "Using ''de / d' '' instead of 'des' in front of adjectives preceding nouns (partitive article)"
Usually magnifique is placed after the noun but it may also come first for emphasis.
-- Chris (not a native speaker).
Kwiziq language super star
8 June 2018
Magnifique is one adjective that can be used before or after the noun but without its meaning being affected.
Hope this helps!
16 June 2018
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