Why is there a “de” in “T'as d'autres questions ?”? while we say “T'as une question ?”, “J'ai une voiture.”

In which other cases do we use “de”?

Besides, why is it “de” and not “des”?

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    Note that you should write "tu as …" instead of "t'as …" unless we are transcribing a conversation.
    – wap26
    Commented Aug 31, 2015 at 9:18
  • In this case, it is even better to write "As-tu d'autres questions?"
    – radouxju
    Commented Sep 1, 2015 at 7:50

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Normally it would be des autres (des is the plural of un/e), but des changes to de in front of an adjective (and de changes to d' in front of a vowel).

Other examples:

J'ai de bons amis - I have some good friends.

Il y a de belles filles ici - There are some beautiful girls here.

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