Can French be an adjective?
French can be an adjective, a verb or a proper noun.
Is the word French an adjective or adverb?
FRENCH (adjective) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary.
What kind of adjective is French?
Types of French Adjectives
|Demonstrative adjectives||Exclamative adjectives|
|Indefinite adjectives||Interrogative adjectives|
|autre||un autre livre||quel|
How do you tell if a French word is an adjective?
When you use an adjective it must agree with the noun it is describing in both gender – masculine or feminine – and number – singular or plural. This means that French adjectives can have up to four different forms: masculine singular; feminine singular; masculine plural; and feminine plural.
What are some adjectives in French?
The 12 Most Common Adjectives In French
- Petit – Small or of little importance. Examples: …
- Grand – Large, tall, important, worthy of respect. …
- Drôle – Something that surprises you or makes you laugh. …
- Super – Super, great, extraordinary. …
- Dernier – Last. …
- Premier – First. …
- Possible – Possible, doable, believable. …
- Jeune – Young.
What are all the adjectives in French?
French Adjectives List
- petit – small.
- grand – tall/big.
- mauvais – bad.
- bon – good.
- belle or beau – beautiful.
- froid – cold.
- gentil – kind.
- chaud – hot.
How do you make a French adverb an adjective?
When French Adjectives Transform into Adverbs
Well, like English, French allows adjectives to becomes adverbs by adding a suffix. In English, that suffix is “–ly.” For example, we can take the adjective “obvious” and turn it into the adverb “obviously” by adding the suffix “-ly.”
What types of adjectives are there?
Common types of adjectives
- Comparative adjectives.
- Superlative adjectives.
- Predicate adjectives.
- Compound adjectives.
- Possessive adjectives.
- Demonstrative adjectives.
- Proper adjectives.
- Participial adjectives.
How do you form adjectives adverbs in French?
To make an adverb, take the feminine singular form of an adjective and add -ment. For example: heureuse (feminine singular of heureux – happy) becomes heureusement (happily, also used to say luckily) claire (feminine singular of clair – clear) becomes clairement (clearly)
What is adjectives in French?
Adjectives (les adjectifs) describe the qualities and characteristics of a noun; they describe how someone or something is. They always accompany the noun they describe, and the endings of an adjective always agree with the noun in terms of gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular or plural).
What are regular adjectives in French?
|Type||Masc. sing.||Masc. plur.|
|Adjectives ending in -é||fatigué||fatigués|
|Adjectives ending in -u||bleu||bleus|
|Adjectives ending in -i||joli||jolis|
|Adjectives ending in -r||noir||noirs|
How do you fill adjectives in French?
To make an adjective agree with a feminine singular noun or pronoun, you usually add -e to the masculine singular. If the adjective already ends in an -e, no further -e is added. Several adjectives ending in a consonant double their consonant as well as adding -e in the feminine.
Where do the adjectives go in French?
Most French adjectives go after the noun they describe. Some very common adjectives usually come before the noun: bon/mauvais, court/long, grand/petit, jeune/nouveau/vieux, gros, haut, beau, joli, premier, meilleur.