While most French adjectives fit into one of the above categories, there is still a whole series of irregular female and/or plural forms. He is very fun and patient with the children. He is very funny and patient with children. When the male singular adjective ends in x, it changes in itself in the female plural (but remains x in the male plural): in French, most adjectives come according to the noun, unlike English, where the adjective precedes the noun: most French adjectives are placed according to the noun (s) they describe. Some French adjectives present themselves to the noun they have described. (See: French Grammar: Adjective Placement) In addition, all non-descriptive adjectives (i.e. demonstrative, indeterminate, interrogative, negative and possessive) are put in front of the name: two other frequent changes occur with adjectives that end in f and x. When the male singular adjective ends in f, it changes into ve in the feminine: these amplifiers pass before the adjective. For example: His house is very modern. – His house is very modern. Most French adjectives are plural by adding to the singular form of the adjective (male or female) -s: It is fun and very interesting.
She`s funny and very interesting. Some adjectives change the meaning when placed in front of the verb. Generally, it is assumed that these verbs, when placed according to the verb, retain their literal meaning; placed, they take on a figurative meaning: green / green / green fun: funny pretty / pretty: pretty French / French: stubborn French / obstinate: tenacious Like the French names, the French adjectives (addjectives) also have the number (singular or plural) and the sex (male or female). In French, the adjectives of sex (male or female) AND the number (singular or plural) must correspond to the subtantives or pronouns they have described. This means that we must use the male singular form of an adjective to describe a male singular name; We must use the female multiurnal form of an adjective to describe a female plural noun, etc. In general, the female adjective is formed by the addition of an e and the pluralistic adjective is formed by the addition of s: Follow the general rules above for adjective formation.