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Regular Adjectives
Regular adjectives are formed by adding an `e' to the
masculine singular, to form the feminine
E.g. Content/contente
Or by adding an `s' to the masculine or feminine form
to form the plural
E.g. Ils sont contents, elle sont contentes
However there are many irregular adjectives! These
can be totally irregular, or split into categories.…read more

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Completely Irregular Adjectives
Meaning Masculine Feminine
Soft Doux Douce
False Faux Fausse
Favourite Favori Favorite
Fresh Frais Fraîche
Long Long Longue
Public Public Publique…read more

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Irregular Adjective Categories
Masculine ending Feminine ending Example
-el -elle Cruel/cruelle
-eil -eille Pareil/pareille
-il -ille Gentil/gentille
-on -onne Mignon/mignonne
-s -sse Gros/grosse
-en -enne Ancien/ancienne
-et -ète Secret/secrète
-er -ère Cher/chère…read more

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Irregular Adjective Categories
Masculine ending Feminine ending Example
-eux -euse Heureux/heureuse
-eur -euse Trompeur/trompeuse
-teur -trice Créateur/créatrice
-f -ve Actif/active
-c -che Blanc/blanche
-ou -olle Fou/folle…read more

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Adjectives that are the same in masculine & feminine
Pauvre (poor)
Riche (rich)
Mince (slim)
Propre (clean)
Difficile (difficult)
Calme (calm)
Miniscule (tiny)
Ironique (ironic)
Sensible (sensitive)
Semblable (similar)
Ridicule (ridiculous)
Imaginaire (imaginary)…read more

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