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Why is `bon` a feminine adjective? An adverb has no gender, but an adjective does.

JamesC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Why is `bon` a feminine adjective? An adverb has no gender, but an adjective does.

Tu préfères le chocolat ou la vanille ? - La vanille, c'est bon, mais le chocolat, c'est meilleur !
Asked 3 years ago
AndyC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
Hi James, it's very counter intuitive, especially in this context, but any adjective following c'est is (still) always masculine. More here: Standalone adjectives after c'est are always masculine
JamesC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
Thanks Andy, after posting my query I saw the tutorial on `C`est + adjective`

Why is `bon` a feminine adjective? An adverb has no gender, but an adjective does.

Tu préfères le chocolat ou la vanille ? - La vanille, c'est bon, mais le chocolat, c'est meilleur !

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