What about une chambre double ?

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G

Kwiziq community member

1 February 2018

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What about une chambre double ?

- I was marked wrong on the 'double' example because I was following this example.

This relates to:
Other adjectives that go BEFORE nouns -

Chris

Kwiziq community member

2 February 2018

2/02/18

It is "une chambre double", also according to a native French speaker whom I asked about this specifically.

-- Chris.

Chris

Kwiziq community member

2 February 2018

2/02/18

Talking to another French native she amended the previous response a bit:

"Une chambre double" is a fixed term, used when you order a double room in a hotel.

"Une double chambre" is a room subdivided into two units, somehow.

-- I hope this helps, -- Chris.

G

Kwiziq community member

2 February 2018

2/02/18

Thanks, another one of those 'exceptions' to remember!

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