"trop de bonbons"
Is "trop" always coupled with "de" when it is followed by a noun?
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
Indeed expressions of quantity using adverbs have a 'de' before the nouns -
beaucoup de = a lot of ( many)
trop de = too many
assez de = enough of
peu de = few ( not many )
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"to eat too many sweets" --> trop de https://www.wordreference.com/fren/trop
Look at the fifth usage down on the list of these adverbs.
Hope this helps.
Trop de — too much of…
Is this also true for other expressions of quantities like quelques, plusieurs and de nombreux/nombreuse?
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