"Excellent writing, perfect text"
Translation:Excelente redação, texto perfeito
I'm native and i believe all adjectives can be placed after, some can also be placed before for emphasis purposes, very limited amount i should add. You should be happy to the fact that you can place all after the noun in Portuguese. French is actually as you described, some just cannot be placed after
I generally avoid reading or writing these discussions as they seem to offer less utility than just doing the drills daily. However, for auld(sic) times sake I thought I'd look at this one. There is (or was) in some other discussion of "text" numerous comments by English speakers about the use of this English word. However, I don't see that here. So just for the record. The word text, as used in the sentence above, is perfectly appropriate, however, I cannot imagine a native English speaker actually using it in this sentence.