When do adjectives go before a noun? | The Coffee Break French Show 1.02
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Knowing where to place adjectives in a sentence can be tricky - but fear not! By the end of this episode of the Coffee Break French Show, you'll be able to add depth to your French conversations and express your ideas more precisely, thanks to having a stronger understanding of the exceptions and nuances in adjective placement. ➡️ Click here to access the blog article and worksheet that accompany this lesson ⬅️ ☕️ To purchase a Coffee Break mug, click here.☕️ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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