is there any difference? un amour fou un fol amour une aventure folle de fooles aventures is there any different in terns of meaning between them? thanks !
May 3, 2011 11:18 AM
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"un fol amour " and "de folles aventures" are often used in books and tends to be more literary, mostly because of the melody of the "liaison" (a consonant followed by a vowel is much more musical than two consonants : un amouR Fou, un foL Amour). Used when speaking to someone, it can be quite ironical, so be careful ;) !
May 4, 2011
It is all crazy ,no difference ;)
May 3, 2011
there isn't any difference of meaning but "fol" is not often used. People say more "un amour fou" Nevertheless you can use "folle" before or after: une folle aventure/ une aventure folle une folle histoire/ une histoire folle
May 3, 2011
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