Edexcel GCSE French vocabulary – Adjectives – Part 6

    Learn some Edexcel GCSE French adjectives from the table below. This is part 6 of 7 and it contains 30 adjectives. Read and listen carefully and check the translation.

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

    • petit (m) – Un petit crayon- A small pencil (un crayon) in French is masculine that’s why “petit” is in the masculine form.
    • petite (f) – Une petite chaise- A small chair (une chaise) in French is feminine that’s why “petite” is in the feminine form.
    Learn your Edexcel GCSE French adjectives - 155 to 184
    Adjectifs en français (Adjectives in French)SonsAdjectifs en anglais (Adjectives in English)
    triste
    sad
    sauf (m)
    safe
    sauve (f)
    safe
    même
    same
    satisfait (m)
    satisfied
    satisfaite (f)
    satisfied
    égoïste
    selfish
    sensationnel (m) / sensationelle (f)
    sensational
    sensass
    sensational
    sérieux (m)
    serious
    sérieuse (f)
    serious
    grave
    serious
    court (m)
    short
    courte (f)
    short
    timide
    shy
    silencieux (m)
    silent
    silencieuse (f)
    silent
    bête
    silly
    situé (m) / située (f)
    situated
    mince
    slim
    petit (m)
    small; short (person)
    petite (f)
    small; short (person)
    strict (m) / stricte (f)
    strict
    sévère
    strict
    fort (m)
    strong
    forte (f)
    strong
    superbe
    superb
    supris (m)
    surprised
    surprise (f)
    surprised
    étonné (m) / étonnée (f)
    surprised

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