Why not une bizarre form?
The noun forme is feminine - a masculine counterpart doesn't exist. Also, the adjective bizarre follows the noun.
Why is it "ce" and not "cet"?
So "bizarre" in relation to a shape doesn't fall under "Beauty" in BANGS?
Why? Un table a une jolie form but a gateau a un forme bizare?
Why not "ce chapeau." According to the grammar notes, "ce should be used with être, including in the double-verb constructions pouvoir être and devoir être."
oops... I meant why not "cet chapeau?"
Use “cet” in front of a vowel or mute H, but only for masculine nouns.
Thank you! I am still working on ce, cet, cela, etc., but the vowel issue is one that I will be able to remember. The t helps the pronunciation. It makes sense.