Why isn't this "E una domanda buona?" Does anyone have a reference for when the adjective goes before/after the noun?
This link has some info: http://www.italyworldclub.com/learn-italian/course/grammar/adjectives.htm Unfortunately the list of adjectives changing meaning with position isn't complete: for instance "un alto ufficiale" is a high official, "un ufficiale alto" a tall official.
So those adjectives that can be placed on either side of the noun precede it when used figuratively, and follow it when used literally, e.g. un uomo grande = a big man whereas un grand'uomo = a great man
Yes, omg, I was trying to think about some explanation for that since it occurs in my own language, yours was perfect
Thanks for the link -- a portal for some grammar and lots of other interesting things!
Could you also say "buona domanda" like how in English you would just say "good question" ?
About half of the things I'm getting in the adjectives are about answers/questions