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The difference between “un petit garçon” and “un garçon petit” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Quand peut-on mettre un adjectif avant ou après un nom? I was wondering what is the difference between “un petit garçon” and “un garçon petit”. un = one petit = ...
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Comment se rappeler des sens divers de certains adjectifs ?

D'après http://french.about.com/od/grammar/a/adjectives_fickle.htm, Generally speaking, when the adjective precedes the noun, it has a figurative or subjective meaning, whereas the adjective ...
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Are the adjectives always placed behind nouns? [duplicate]

I am a ground beginner. So, sorry for any misunderstanding. I have come across the sentence: "Elle a une robe rouge" So, is it always that adjectives are placed behind nouns, or are there special ...
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When filling forms, should I use the masculine or feminine form of nationality adjective? [duplicate]

When filling a form (e.g. for visa application) that asks for my nationalité, how do I decide whether I should use the masculine or feminine form? I'm stuck between the two alternatives: The word ...
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Les mots « différant » et « différent » [duplicate]

Il est commun d’utiliser le mot différent lorsque deux choses ne sont pas les mêmes. Il s’agit d’un participe du mot latin difero, à savoir diferens. Après avoir subis quelques changements, ces mots ...
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How do I know where to position adjectives? [duplicate]

Some french adjectives come after the noun that modify (e.g. le chat noir), and some come before the adjective (e.g. le petit chat). How does one determine where to place adjectives in French?
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Using “ce” instead of “cette” [closed]

I came about this phrase: Cette diversité If I use ce instead of cette, would that be wrong?