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French Adjectives and Adverbs Overview
This is the French Adjectives and Adverbs Overview.
The French adjectives and adverbs are ordered according to the CEFR level scale.
What Are Adjectives and Adverbs?
In general, adjectives are words that modify nouns.
In the sentence “The big man.”, the word “big” is an adjective.
Anytime that you can put “am” or “is” in front of a word, you are dealing with an adjective.
In general. adverbs are words that modify verbs.
In the sentence “He walks slowly.” the word “slowly is an adverb.
A lot of adverbs end with “-ly”.
In A0/A1 you will learn the fundamentals of French adjectives and adverbs.
In A1 you will learn about the beginner’s principles of French adjectives and adverbs.
In A2 you will learn about the elementary principles of French adjectives and adverbs.
In B1 you will learn about the intermediate principles of French adjectives and adverbs.
In B2 you will learn about the upper intermediate principles of French adjectives and adverbs.
French a0/a1: Adjectives and Adverbs
Adjectives that go before a noun
How to make an adjective feminine
How to make adjectives plural
French a1: Adjectives and Adverbs
Irregular feminine adjectives
Using ‘de’ for possession
Adjectives after c’est are masculine
Adjectives and Colour
How to form adverbs
French a2: ADjectives and ADverbs
How to make comparisons with adverbs
How to make comparisons with adjectives
How to form the superlative of adverbs
How to form the superlative of verbs
Irregular (feminine) adjectives
ce/cet/cette and ces
[this/that and these/those]
How to position adverbs
The 7 most important irregular adverbs
French B1: Adjectives and adverbs
tous les + (duration)/ chaque
Superlatives of Adjectives
French B2: Adjectives and adverbs
Ce, cet, cette, ces [duration] -là / -ci
[that/those and this/these (duration)]