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Rules to place the adjective before and after the nouns

•    The general rule for adjective placement in French is the opposite of English, meaning that adjectives will normally go after the noun.
Ex: a blue car = une voiture bleue

•    There are some exceptions to this rule and they can be remembered by the acronym BANGS

•    Number can also include the adjectives first (premier/première), second (deuxième), etc. 
Ex: Il est le premier magasin au droit.
It is the first store on the right.
•    It is important to place the adjective correctly because there are some adjectives whose meanings will change from a literal to a figurative sense depending on their placement.