Delachenal, Premieres negotiations de Charles le Mauvais avec les Anglais (Paris, 1900); and E.
In 1897 his five-act piece, Les Mauvais Bergers, was played at the Renaissance by Sarah Bernhardt, and he followed this up with Les Affaires sont les affaires (Theatre Francais, 1903), which was adapted by Sydney Grundy for Sir H.
However, the words bon (good), bien (well), and mauvais (bad) are a bit trickier.
Fortunately, mauvais is not as tricky as some of the other forms.
Mauvais can be used as is (adding an "e" on the end for feminine nouns and an "s" on the end for plurals).
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