Useful GCSE French vocabulary – Adjectives

    Learn some key French adjectives from the table below. Read and listen carefully and check the translation. 

    FrançaisSonsAnglais
     
    affreux (affreuse) 
    awful
    ancien (ancienne) 
    old
    autre 
    other
    bête 
    silly, stupid
    beau (bel, belle) 
    nice, beautiful, handsome
    bon (bonne) 
    good
    bref (brève)
    short
    bruyant (bruyante) 
    noisy
    cassé (cassée) 
    broken
    chouette 
    nice
    confortable 
    comfortable
    court (courte) 
    short
    de bonne humeur 
    good-humoured (in a good mood)
    de mauvaise humeur 
    ill-humoured (in a bad mood)
    debout 
    standing
    dégoûtant (dégoûtante) 
    disgusting
    dernier (dernière) 
    last
    désolé (désolée) 
    sorry
    drôle 
    funny
    d’une grande valeur 
    of great value
    dur (dure) 
    hard
    dynamique 
    dynamic
    en colère 
    angry

     

    Learn some key French adjectives using these audio flashcards. Read and listen carefully and try to guess the translation.

    Do you know all the French adjectives from that list now? Let’s see if you do and if you know how to spell them as well. Do it as many times as you can and make a note of all those you might be struggling with. The best way to learn them all is to know which ones you find difficult and make sure you come back and try it regularly. Bonne chance !

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