Here are the shapes of some regular adjectives. Can you use it to describe the color of your own clothes? For example: If you describe a female name, add an e at the end of the regular adjective: exceptions: purple and purple (purple), mauve (mauve), pink (pink), scarlet (scarlet red), tawn (fawn) and incarnate (crimson red) that correspond to the number and sex of the name they change. For example: French-coloured adjectives, which are subversives such as animals, flowers, Fruits, precious stones and metals are generally immutable: amaranth amaranth (dark violet) slate slate Argentaubergine Aubergine Aubergine Auburnbrique Enburnbrique Tuiles-Redcanari Kanari Encraler yellow carameled Cherry cherry color fleshChagne champagne-Brownci Citron-Yellowcreme cream -coloredemeraude S emerald greengrenat garnetin indigokaki khakilavande lavenderlilas lila marine bluemarron brownnoisette hazelocre ochreolive olive-greenor olive-greenange orangepastel pastelpervenche periwinklepie (magpie) – piebald , black and whitepistatic pistains-greenplatine platinprune plump red chip, saffron-coloredsaphir saffron-bluesaumon salmon-pinktabac tobacco brownturquoisevermillon vermilionReceptions: You can see here how the French agreement adds useful information that is missing in English that requires clarification to avoid confusion. In this article, you will discover: How to reconcile adjectives with the noun they qualify: 2) If each element has all colors, the adjectives are immutable If you describe a male plural name with a regular color adjective, add s at the end of the adjective: Regular adjectives, such as green (green), black (black) and blue, you follow the same pattern. The French adjectives of simple colors correspond in sex and number to the no bite they change. In French, adjectives should normally correspond to the nouns they change in sex and number. However, there are many adjectives that do not match – they have a unique shape that does not change to reflect gender or number of names. These are called variable adjectives. If you look in your French dictionary, you will see that all words for colors are adjectives. An adjective is a word that describes names and pronouns. In the French language, all adjectives in sex (male or female) and numbers (singular or plural) correspond to the nouns and prognostics that change them. For example, if you mean that you have blue eyes (eyes – eyes – male plural), you should choose the appropriate male plural form of blue (blue).

Perhaps you would like to spend more time in the practice of matching adjectives with the words they describe. The next table helps you learn many different shapes that take words for colors, depending on whether they change male, female, singular or multi-pronouns. You will notice that some colors are much easier to learn, then the rest, because they have exactly the same shape in all sexes and numbers. A. Several names with different colors (some are a color, some are others) – matching Let`s start with the color, which is a feminine name, as in the primary colors («primary colors») and complementary colors («complementary colors»). The colors themselves are adjectives that describe something like a pretty green color («a pretty green tone»). If the adjectives of the color are changed by another adjective or nov, the adjectives are immutable: a light grey skirt skirts dark purple gloves, a reddish-orange color blue-green eyes green eyes a car green apple-green cardes red tomato-red flowers So the endings for regular adjunctives are: The colors are adcjontives.