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9 Dec 2016

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I was wondering when I use 'de' and when not to use it.
Some sentences require you to use 'de', like
Huile de noix de coco.
However, some sentences only require you to put the adjectives behind the word without using 'de'.
C'est un papillon très rare.
Why do some sentences need 'de' while some don't? Is it because you can only omit the 'de' because it's an adjective?
Thanks :) I hope I make sense haha

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