Can someone explain the sentence structure in french and why the description is after the word like:
the black rose
la rose noir
Here's a useful link for those who need it: http://www.dummies.com/languages/french/how-to-place-of-french-adjectives-correctly/
I don't do French, but it's the same thing in Spanish. Basically, the adjective is always going to come after the noun. You first describe what it is that you are describing, and then add on the adjective. The orange dog, would be "the dog orange" directly translated into Spanish and most likely French. In English, we say the adjective first, followed by the noun.