Hello! Looks like you need to learn more. Visit our lesson on French adjectives and try this quiz again. In this exercise, you should select the most appropriate adjectives to describe the given table. You have to choose between positive and negative terms. Not bad! You have the basics, but maybe you`d like to revisit our lesson on French adjectives to refresh the rules of the French adjective agreement. And be sure to avoid those common French mistakes. Gender: Male or female. Male or female in French. The general rule is to add a “-e” to the masculine adjective. It is really important to master French adjectives, because they are for example very different from English adjectives.
French adjectives reflect gender and the number of nouns they describe. The French adjective can be either masculine, female, singular, or plural. It sounds like a lot, but it`s not that difficult. In addition, there are a few simple rules that apply, and the truth is that even the French sometimes confuse the right forms of their adjectives. Here are the rules: masculine adjectives that end on “-x” become “-se” in the feminine. In general, French adjectives come according to the noun they describe, unlike English adjectives. ** If the masculine adjective ends with “-e”, nothing changes. It`s a great job! You clearly understand the basic rules of the French adjective agreement. Ready for something more demanding? Try our quiz on adjective positions.
Sometimes the last consonant is doubled in the feminine form of the adjective: * When masculine adjectives end on “-t”, “-d”, “-s”, normally, do not pronounce these letters. However, it changes when you add the “-e” in the female form. There are, of course, exceptions. Some examples: other, skin, small, old, tall, fake, beautiful….