What does BANGS stand for (in french)?
What does bangs stand for in french something about adjectives.. if it's part of bangs does it go before or after the noun?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
if it is part of bangs the adjective goes before the noun.
B- beauty (words like beau or belle)
A-age (jeune or vieux)
N- new (nouveau or nouvelle)
G- greatness (words like Bon or mauvais)
S- size (petit, grand, etc.)Source(s): i think the n stands for numbers because new should go under age, but my french teacher said it this way...so im not sure about n i think it is numbers (like saying trois euros)
- JessicaLv 44 years ago
Mine go a little past my eyebrows, I like them about mid-eyebrow length usually not too high or else I look like a very young girl and I already look young so yea. well i suppose that bangs that are a little above your eyebrows to right where your eyebrows start does look better with french braids but longer bangs look better with loose hair so i think it depends which style you like more or have more. Bangs rock! go us and everybody else who has them. it makes people look more unique.
- 1 decade ago
B - Beauty
A - Age
N - Numbers
G - Greatness/Goodness
S - Size
These are the reasons a French adjective comes BEFORE the noun.