Well that i think js because the definition isn't huge abd is big, im not sure
Because when you use grande in a different sentence it also means a different sentence.
Grosse is more often used to mean fat. Grande has many meanings, also implying fat along the way, but I guess it's more often used as tall or general big.
Grand is for masculine nouns ("le" or "un") and grande is for feminine ("la" or "une"). Its called adjectival agreement. We have to make sure our adjectives match our nouns
I heard le livre est grand. Very difficult to distinguish. any help is appreciated. Also why is the 't' silent in the end in elephant? When it is followed by a vowel, it would have been easier had they pronounced the 't'.
"gran" / "grand" You don't pronounce that last consonant generally unless it's followed by a noun.
i put ""L'éléphant est grande. " Whats the difference of "L'éléphant est grand. "
elephant is masculine; thus grand is the necessary adjective (grande is the feminine form)