When does one use 'des' and 'de' during plural form eg: de bons fruits Vs des bonnes frites
The rule is that if the article "des" is directly followed by an adjective, it becomes "de".
However, many French people do not apply that rule.
Thanks. Agree with the rule, but the what happens in other mentioned cases?
'des bonnes robes' or 'de riches enfants'
The rule should apply as well:
- de bonnes robes
- de riches enfants
why 'des bonnes robes' where as 'de riches enfants'