Not bad an idea vs not a bad idea
I find myself wanting to say "not bad an idea" with the article not before bad but idea. Am I completely wrong, or is that possible? I think I might have picked this from sentences like "Not only did she told them everything, but she also..." submitted by /u/Somethinghells [comments] |0|https://www.reddit.com/r/grammar/comments/mg9e0e/not_bad_an_idea_vs_not_a_bad_idea/|1|[og_img]|2|www.reddit.com|E|

I find myself wanting to say "not bad an idea" with the article not before bad but idea. Am I completely wrong, or is that possible? I think I might have picked this from sentences like "Not only did she told them everything, but she also..."

submitted by /u/Somethinghells [comments] |0|https://www.reddit.com/r/grammar/comments/mg9e0e/not_bad_an_idea_vs_not_a_bad_idea/|1|[og_img]|2|www.reddit.com|E|

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