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Le film est drôle - the film is funny.

Adjectives to Describe Opinions 01

What do ‘casse-pieds’, ‘affreux’ and ‘drôle mean? How would you say, ‘incredible’ or ‘easy’?

Studying Year 10 or 11 French? This rapid revision quiz was written for you.

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Adjectives are words which describe nouns. We might use them to give our opinions. For example, we may find something (or someone) incredible, annoying, useful, awful or funny. Learn and revise how to say those words and more like them in French. It’s a great way to prepare for your GCSE exams.

In each question you will be given a word or words in English. All you have to do is choose the French equivalent from the four choices offered.
1.
Useful
Gras
Couvert
Utile
Sale
Gras = fatty
Couvert = overcast
Sale = dirty
2.
Rubbish
Ridicule
Malade
Dégoûtant
Nul
Ridicule = ridiculous
Malade = ill
Dégoûtant = disgusting
3.
Easy
Compliqué
Enchanté
Intéressant
Facile
Compliqué = complicated
Enchanté = delighted
Intéressant = interesting
4.
Annoying
Chouette
Casse-pieds
Formidable
Genial
Chouette = great
Formidable = great
Genial = great
5.
Awful
Affreux
Barbant
Désagréable
Grave
Barbant = boring
Désagréable = unpleasant
Grave = serious
6.
Marvellous
Tranquille
Entouré
Merveilleux
Essoufflé
Tranquille = calm
Entouré = surrounded
Essoufflé = breathless
7.
Incredible
Incroyable
Amusant
Content
Marre
Amusant = funny
Content = happy
Marre = fed up
8.
Sensational
Parfait
Triste
Mondial
Sensass
Parfait = perfect
Triste = sad
Mondial = worldwide
9.
Useless
Pratique
Inutile
Étonné
Carré
Pratique = practical
Étonné = astonished
Carré = square
10.
Funny
Habile
Moche
Drôle
Sage
Habile = clever
Moche = ugly
Sage = well-behaved
Author:  Graeme Haw

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