With this quiz of 70 questions on the rules of the adjective agreement and this 12-question-empty exercise, Quizlet is a great resource for itself on irregular adjective endings as well as noun adjective agreement. I recommend this brief quiz, followed by this longer, more difficult, to begin with. In general, irregular adjectives can be divided into four broad categories: false means “false” or “false” and is used in association with individual male substrates. 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. 2. Some adjectives change spelling in the feminine Here is an example with the hot adjective (hot) used to modify individual and masculine names: `some adjectives that are in and end in ete in feminine komplet – discrete comléte – secret – the last consonant does not always double (the joy of each rule with a single thing) – gray – small grey Two books , which have 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 Franéais.” Old, which means “old,” is used with male singularities and old is the female singular form of the adjective. The male plural form of the adjective is the same as the old male singular form. For the female plural, we add an “s” to get Old Ones.

But the best way to get the slope of irregular adjectives is to make it part of your regular French routine — to observe and listen to them, and spread them in your writing and conversation. F. some adjectives do not follow any white rule – dry white – fresh dry – frank – frank – false redhead – crazy redhead – beautiful, beautiful – beautiful new, new, old Greek – old Greek – public – benign – malignant – malignant If you learn and use more and more adjectives, you keep finding… You guessed it, exceptions.