French adjectives list: Learn some useful French adjectives
A list of common French adjectives
In this French adjectives list, I'll show you some of the commonly used adjectives that you may need. Only for beginners and with a very little hint on grammar. If you wanna add more adjectives, feel free to post them in the comments box below.
French adjectives list
A little grammar and more adjectives
Did you notice the first one? Yes, brave, some adjectives are the same as in English or near to it.
Add (S) to the adjective if you want to make it pleural, unless it ends in (s) or (x), it's the same for masculine singular and pleural.
To make the adjective feminine add an (e) to the end of the adjectiv. Adjectives that end in unaccented (e) are the same for masculine and feminine, for example:
Masculine: rouge (red)
But for a word that ends in an accented e (é), just add an (e), as in :
Masculine: Doué (gifted)
In some words you will have to replace the last letter to make it feminine:
Words that end with (x) :replace it with (se)
Words that end with (c): replace it with (que)
Words that end with (r): replace it with (se)
Words that end with (f): replaced with (ve)
Words that end with (s): replaced with (se)
In contrary to English, most French adjectives follow the noun, however some adjectives preceed their noun.
This was just a small French adjectives list, I tried to include the common words you may need. There are more grammar rules about adjectives (irregular adjectives, etc) but this hub is inteded for beginners who just need to learn a few useful French adjectives as a start, I hope you like it.
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