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I know most French adjectives go after the noun and some go before. But whether the adjective goes before or after, is there a particular order? For example, if I wanted to say "I saw a beautiful, young, white, French girl yesterday" does it matter if you put beautiful (belle) first and then young (jeune) [before the noun] or white (blanche) first and then French (françaises) [after the noun]?

I hope my question makes sense.

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I know most French adjectives go after the noun and some go before. But whether the adjective goes before or after, is there a particular order? For example, if I wanted to say "I saw a beautiful, young, white, French girl yesterday" does it matter if you put beautiful (belle) first and then young (jeune) [before the noun] or white (blanche) first and then French (françaises) [after the noun]?

I hope my question makes sense.
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