Why "clair", not "claire"?
I thought the colour and the associated descriptive (i.e. clair) should both relate to the gender of the skirt (f)
This is covered in the notes at the beginning of the topic as follows.
in compound adjectives (les adjectifs composés) made up of two adjectives, both adjectives remain in their masculine singular forms.
Thank you. This helps clear up the matter.
Wow... Tricky! I missed that one. Learning from my mistakes thanks to the many repetitions Duo provides! Thanks for the reference.
It's not on the mobile app, it's all guess work here
I too wondered about this, but noticed in the 'hints & tips' that colours are nearly all masculine, so perhaps this is the reason it's "clair" rather than "claire"
What is light ? The pink. In french : LE rose (m), so it cames "clair" and not "claire".
Why doe it sometimes accept pale as light but sometimes not? Is there a rule?
I'm wondering that, too.
Me four :/
Me four :D
What notes at the beginning of the topic? Where do you find them. I despair of ever passing this test. I can’t do the topic on adjectives until I pass the skill test.
If you click on the lesson in your tree, you can get to the lesson info by clicking on the lightbulb that pops up (next to the "start" button).
Why is it clair and not pale?
read the info given above by user Yurii373830
why is "clair" is not "claire" since it refers to a feminine noun ?
Please read the above thread for the answer..
Thought the clair was supposed to match the feminine jupe
I wrote "Elle porte une jupe rose pale", but it said pay attention to the accents and turned "pale" into 'clair"