Color adjectives, whose names are derived from animal names, are indersetole. False means “false” or “false” and it is used in conjunction with singular male names. We use fake coins for female substitutions. The male plural is false (in turn it is the same as the singular male!) and we use false ones to refer to female plurals. An adjective describing two or more different gender names takes the male multiural form: New, which means “new,” is used with individual male substrates, and The New is the female singular form of the adjective. For the male plural, we add an “x” to the male singular to obtain new ones, and for the female plural, we simply add an “s” to the female singular so that we have news. Most French adjectives are pluralized by adding to the singular form of the adjective (male or female) -s: soft, which is singular male for “soft” or “soft”, becomes soft when used with female individual substrates. The male plural is sweet. (Yes, it`s the same as the male singular! Remember what I said about adjectives that end with “x.”) The female plural form is soft. Usually, the adjectives` match with their subject follows a regular pattern that revolves around the singular male form: (Note that there is also an accent tomb above the first – in the female form of this adjective) 1.
In regular adjectives, add an e to the adjective if the name is feminine. If the name is plural, add a s. If the name is plural and feminine, add it. In general, irregular adjectives can be divided into four broad categories: If you learn and use more and more adjectives, you will continue to find… You guessed it, exceptions. Two books with large sections on adjectives are Glanville Price`s “A Comprehensive French Grammar” and Laura K. Lawless`s “The Everything French Grammar Book: All the Rules You Need to Master Fran`ais.” white / white / white / white complete / completely discreet / discreet / discreet: discreet worried / worried / worried sweet / sweet sweet / sweet: false / false: false favorite / favorite: favorite / fresh freshness: franc fresh / frank franc frais / franc franc franc franc / long: long public / public: public / redhead: red haired secret / secret: secret if the male singular form of the adjective ends in “x,” in this case, the plural form is exactly the same as the male singular form. A perfect example is the singular male adjective that ends in -them.
Here is an example with the hot adjective (hot) that is used to change individual and masculine names: f. some adjectives do not follow white rule – dry white – fresh che – frank frank frank – false redhead – crazy redhead – beautiful, beautiful new, old, old – Greek, Greek public, benign – malignant – malignant In French, the adjectives must correspond to the noun they describe in gender (male /female) and in NUMBER (sing plural). In terms of grammar, the correct form of adjectives is referred to as the comparison of the adjectives with the substantives they described as an adjective chord. For more information, see these three links tiffanyendres.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/irregular-adjective-chart-and-vocabulary/ tiffanyendres.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/adjectives/ tiffanyendres.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/pour-decrire-les-personnes/ some adjectives that end in and end in`te in feminin komplet – completely discreet – the final consonant does not always double (joy of each rule except one) – small gray – gray Some adjectives remain the same, whether they modify the male or female nouns.