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French adjectives

Unlike English, adjectives in French are typically placed after the noun. That being said, there is a small number of adjectives in French that do come before the noun, as in English. French adjectives agree with the noun they describe. This means that adjectives have a special form if the noun that they describe is in the plural.

Examples for using French adjectives

les jeunes femmes
the young women
les petites femmes
the small women
les vieilles femmes
the old women
les belles femmes
the beautiful women

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Basic words and phrases in French

Get by in French with these basic French words & phrases.


S'il te plait.

Speak slowly.

Parlez doucement.

What are you doing ?

Qu'est-ce que vous faites?

How's it going?

Comment ça va?



How are you?

Comment allez-vous?

What's your name ?

Comment vous appellez-vous ?

Where are you from?

D'où êtes-vous ?