Is after the noun the typical placement for adjectives in Arabic, as in French?
Thank you! Does it also have a bunch of exceptions, and exceptions to the exceptions, and exceptions to the exceptions to the exceptions, or is it nicer to us than French in that regard?
No exceptions here! Adjectives always follow. The only thing you could worry about is when there are multiple adjectives, then it's a problem of the meaning. Like: a new fast car vs a fast new car.
Yeah I've read consistency is a thing you don't have to worry about in Arabic. Exceptions are probably still there, but at least it's not even worth considering to french ...
We need a heads up when switching to answers based on grammar and not just isolated words