Bonjour, I'm writing a paper with the title of "A Better Paris" or "A Better France". How would I properly translate these? For Paris, would it be "Un Paris Meilleur" or "Un Meilleur Paris"? For France, would I write "Une France Meilleure" or "Un Meilleure France"? I was told that there is no direct translation for "A Better France". Also, this website says the adjective should come before the noun: -------------- Certain adjectives are placed before the noun, some which you can memorize with the acronym "BAGS": Beauty Age Good and bad Size (except for grand with people - see 3, below) These descriptors - and a few others - are considered inherent qualities of the noun: une jolie fille - pretty girl un jeune homme - young man une nouvelle maison - new house un bon enfant - good child un petit problème - small problem les sincères condoléances - sincere condolences les vagues promesses - vague promises un gentil garçon - kind boy -------------------- Merci Beaucoup!