"long adverb" VS "adverb with 2 or more syllables"

Stevenson

Kwiziq community member

18 November 2017

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"long adverb" VS "adverb with 2 or more syllables"

Suggestion: If "long adverb" means one with 2 or more syllables, then this should be clearly stated in the explantion. Thx

This question relates to:
French lesson "Short and common adjectives that go BEFORE nouns (adjective position)"

Ron

Kwiziq community member

19 November 2017

19/11/17

Bonjour Stevenson, There is a «grammar rule» that says for adjectives that are longer words, they can be placed before the word without changing the sense of the adjective; however, I don't find a lesson that addresses this issue. I also have not heard it defined about having 2 or more syllables, but that quantification certainly fits. There is; however, a mention about other adjectives that precede the noun: https://french.kwiziq.com/my-languages/french/view/2989 Bonne chance.

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

19 November 2017

19/11/17

Bonjour Stevenson ! I agree with you, and have now updated the lesson accordingly :) Bonne journée !

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