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Old March 10, 2019, 11:11 PM
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Colours - Irregulars

Are these four all incorrect:
• La chica lleva una falda de color de rosa.
• Las hermanas llevan dos faldas de color de rosa.
• Miguel lleva un abrigo de color de rosa.
• Mis primos llevan unos abrigos de color de rosa.

If we omit the second ‘de’ in all four of the above sentences, then are they all correct?

Example: Las hermanas llevan dos faldas de color rosa.

Does the same apply to: naranja, violeta, vino, café, and turquesa??

Also, are the expressions below all grammatically correct:
1. la falda rosa
2. las faldas rosa
3. las faldas rosas

1. el abrigo rosa
2. los abrigos rosa
3. los abrigos rosas


I’m not sure about the number 2 in each case, but I’m almost certain I’ve heard it used.

Many thanks in advance.
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