Edexcel GCSE French vocabulary – Adjectives – Part 5

Learn some Edexcel GCSE French adjectives from the table below. This is part 5 of 7 and it contains 34 adjectives. Read and listen carefully and check the translation.

(m) stands for masculine form and (f) stands for feminine form:

  • content (m) – Un garçon content – A happy boy (un garçon) in French is masculine that’s why “content” is in the masculine form.
  • contente (f) – Une fille contente – A happy girl (une fille) in French is feminine that’s why “contente” is in the feminine form.
Learn your Edexcel GCSE French adjectives - 121 to 154
Adjectifs en français (Adjectives in French) Sons Adjectifs en anglais (Adjectives in English)
patient (m)
patient
patiente (f)
patient
impatient (m)
impatient
impatiente (f)
impatient
tranquille
peaceful
calme
peaceful
parfait (f)
perfect
parfaite (m)
perfect
pessimiste
pessimistic
content (m)
pleased
contente (f)
pleased
aimable
pleasant (person)
agréable
pleasant (thing)
poli (m) / polie (f)
polite
impoli (m) / impolie (f)
impolite
populaire
popular
positif (m)
positive
positive (f)
positive
pratique
practical
joli (m) / jolie (f)
pretty
tranquille
quiet
calme
quiet
prêt (m)
ready
prête (f)
ready
réel (m) / réelle (f)
real
raisonnable
reasonable
récent (m)
recent
récente (f)
recent
reconnu (m) / reconnue (f)
recognised / well known
responsable
responsible
riche
rich
ridicule
ridiculous
mûr (m) / mûre (f)
ripe
pourri (m) / pourri (f)
rotten

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