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Translation:Il verra sûrement de grosses araignées au Brésil.

April 29, 2020



why not des instead of de? because of adjectiv "grosses"?


If the adjective comes before the noun, then it's "de" in stead of "des" even if the noun is plural.


grande araignées marked incorrect. Is this because it shouldnt be grande or because i missed an 's' off the end of grande (ie should have been grandes


I was marked correct for "Il verra sûrement des grosses araignées au brésil".

I know that des becomes de before an adjective that precedes a noun.

I wonder if both des and de are correct in the context of this sentence?

Any comments?

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