Before we end our discussion on adjectives, let`s start by saying some French adjectives. Meanings are also included and this list should help expand your French vocabulary. Ready? Unfortunately, there are a number of them. These adjectives generally cover colours such as navy blue (blue blue), orange (orange) and brown (brown). All right. There is also some not so good news: There are some significant differences between French and English in the way adjectives are used. In most cases, French adjectives change as follows: I will not list all irregular French adjectives because learning adjectives would be a waste of time. Instead, here is a selection of irregular essential French adjectives. These are adjectives that you will encounter as French learners. If you need a little reminder of what adjectives are, here`s a short passage: Whew! So much to remember! And yes, it`s just a selection of hundreds of rich words (adjectives and beyond) in French. It`s really a wonderful language (even if it`s not simple) that becomes more and more fascinating if you expand your vocabulary and expression. I hope that if you use these words, you will fall more in love with the French language! 2.
If the two adjectives you use come after the nostun test, you can add and (meaning and) between the two adjectives. a thin and ugly man (a thin and ugly man) an intelligent and dréle person (an intelligent and funny person) That sounds pretty simple, right? When an adjective ends in „-them,” the female ending becomes „-euse” and the female plural „-euses.” For example, Happy (happy) in the female form becomes Happy. The male plural does not change. In French, on the other hand, in addition to the comparison, there are other considerations. You must also „accept” your adjectives with the name they describe based on sex and quantity. In English, the use of several adjectives to describe a subject is very simple: they simply stack them in a proper line, on the basis of an agreed order. If we use adjectives in English, we only change shape if we compare something. You say a picture is worth 1000 words, so let`s see how many adjectives you can imagine by looking through the images in your phone. Marking images with short sentences that contain adjectives is a fun way to make deals and practice the rules for placing adjectives in French. If you add a few adjectives to a short sentence, you can take a set of boring and underrated to exciting and fresh. You may have a picture of an umbrella. Find out here how to increase the description of this umbrella with adjectives.
I have an umbrella. – I have an umbrella. – I have an umbrella. „I have an umbrella with bright tones of blue and orange.” – I have an umbrella with bright tones of blue and orange. This is one of the most difficult French adjectives. Fortunately, it is also one of the most common, so you quickly know how to use it when you get a lot of exposure to the French language. An adjective changes a nostunon or pronoun. All French adjectives correspond in number (singular or plural) and in sex (male or female) with the nouns they described. In fact, in French, all words must correspond in a single sentence: for example, if the name or pronoun is singular, its verb and all the adjectives that describe it must also be singular. If the name is feminine, the adjective that describes it must also be feminine. Practice is what allows you to be fluid in French, so choose an adjective and create a sentence with it in the comment section under this article! Irregular French adjectives are adjectives that do not follow the usual pattern of French adjectives. There are four types of adjectives in French, based on where they appear in one sentence: the singular adjectives that end in a silent e do not change in the feminine.
Male and female forms are written and pronounced in the same way, as follows: 4.