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What would be some example sentences for the rule ‘de is used after quelque chose, rien, quelqu'un, personne + [adjectif] ’?

S. N.B2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

What would be some example sentences for the rule ‘de is used after quelque chose, rien, quelqu'un, personne + [adjectif] ’?

Not entirely sure what this rule entails / under what circumstances it operates. 

Thanks in advance! 

Asked 5 years ago
S. N.B2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributorCorrect answer

Please ignore - I just did the micro quiz and I get it now 

S. N. asked:View original

What would be some example sentences for the rule ‘de is used after quelque chose, rien, quelqu'un, personne + [adjectif] ’?

Not entirely sure what this rule entails / under what circumstances it operates. 

Thanks in advance! 

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