I was wondering: if the sentence was "The tomato and the wine are good", when translating it, should I use "bonnes" or "bons" at the end? Thanks
"la tomate et le vin sont bons" masculine is stronger than feminine in French grammar.
Why is "Bien" the wrong choice for this sentence?
I wrote "la tomato et la salade sont bien" but Duo considered it to be incorrect.
You could use "bien" yet it would not describe their taste, but rather their ripeness, aspect or condition where they are growing.
Good =bon, bonne it is an adjective.
why bonnet instead of bons
There is no "bonnet" here. "Un bonnet" is a woollen hat.
"Bon, bonne, bons, bonnes" are the forms of the adjective meaning "good".
I think bonne autocorrected to bonnet...