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Just like in English, French adjectives describe or modify nouns and pronouns, but unlike English, French adjectives should agree in gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular or plural) with the noun or pronoun they modify. The feminine is usually formed by adding an “-e” to the masculine form, for example: a big restaurant = un grand restaurant/ a big house = une grande maison. (“house” in French is feminine, so the adjective “big/ grand” will add an extra “e”)

 To form adjectives in the plural usually an “s” should be added to the singular masculine: the big restaurant: le grand restaurant, the big restaurants: les grands restaurants. Remember that the feminine plural will take an “es”: a big house = une grande maison, big houses: des grandes maisons.

French adjectives usually follow the noun they modify: a white house: une maison blanche. But when it comes to some characters like: beauty, age, good or bad, and size usually the adjective comes first: (an old frined: un vieux ami), (a beautiful girl: une jolie fille)

Some adjectives can be placed either before or after depending on the meaning: un grand acteur: a great actor/ un acteur grand: a tall actor.

 

A list of 100 French adjectives:

 

List of French Adjectives

angry

fâché

mean

méchant

African

Africain(e)

ashamed

confus

naive

naïf

Algerian

Algérien(ne)

athletic

sportif

nervous

nerveux

Asian

Asiatique

bad weather

mauvais

nice

sympa

Australian

Australien(ne)

annoyed

ennuyé

nice out

beau

Belgium

Belge

boring

ennuyeux

outgoing

ouvert

Brazilian

Brésilien(ne)

brave

courageux

patient

patient

Canadian

Canadien(ne)

calm

tranquille

patriotic

patriotique

Chinese

Chinois(e)

cloudy

nuageux

pouring

pleut à verse

Dutch

Néerlandais(e)

cold

froid

pretty

belle, jolie

Egyptian

Égyptien(ne)

confident

assuré

raining

pleut

English

Anglais(e)

confused

désorienté

sad

triste

European

Européen(ne)

cool

frais

scared

effrayé

French

Français(e)

delighted

ravi

serious

sérieux

German

Allemand(e)

exhausted

épuisé

short

petit

Italian

Italien(ne)

fat

gros

shy

timide

Japanese

Japonais(e)

foggy

du brouillard

smart

intelligent

Mexican

Mexicain(e)

freezing

gèle

snowing

neige

Moroccan

Marocain(e)

friendly

amical

sorry

navré

Polish

Polonais(e)

funny

drôle

stormy

orageux

Portuguese

Portugais(e)

handsome

beau, joli

strong

fort

Russian

Russe

happy

heureux

stupid

stupide

Spain

Espagnol(e)

hard-working

travailleur

sunny

du soleil

United States

Américain(e)

heavy

lourd

tall

grand

 

 

hot

chaud

tan

bronzé

black

noir/e

humid

humide

thin

mince

blue

bleu/e

impatient

impatient

tired

fatigué

brown

brun/e (or) marron

in a hurry

pressé

ugly

moche, laid

gold

doré/e

interesting

intéressant

unfriendly

froid

gray

gris/e

kind

gentil

weak

faible

green

vert/e

lazy

paresseux

windy

du vent

orange

orange

lonely

solitaire

worried

inquiet

pink

rose

 

 

 

 

purple

pourpre (or) violet/te

 

 

 

 

red

rouge

 

 

 

 

silver

argenté/e

 

 

 

 

white

blanc/he

 

 

 

 

yellow

jaune

 

 

 

French Adjectives, adjectives ending, French adjectives list.

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