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Adjectives to Describe Opinions 02

What do ‘habile’, ‘épicé’ and ‘chouette’ mean? How would you say, ‘perfect’, ‘pleasant’ or ‘annoying’?

In year 10 or 11 and studying French? This fun to play rapid revision quiz was written just for you.

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We all have our own opinions on things and we use adjectives to describe them. What one person finds boring another might find interesting. A song you find annoying might be delightful to somebody else. All the words in bold text are adjectives. In this second quiz on French adjectives to describe opinions we look at some more words you can make use of in your descriptions. Have a go and see how well you can do. It’s a fast and fun way to revise 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.
Pleasant
Amusant
Agréable
Chouette
Compliqué
Amusant = funny
Chouette = great
Compliqué = complicated
2.
Cute
Bien équipé
Mignon / mignonne
Mal équipé
Bien cuit
Bien équipé = well equipped
Mal équipé = badly equipped
Bien cuit = well cooked
3.
Clever
Intéressant
Habile
Enrichissant
Varié
Intéressant = interesting
Enrichissant = enriching / rewarding
Varié = varied
4.
Fed up
Marrant
Mauvais
Content
Marre
Marrant = funny
Mauvais = bad
Content = happy
5.
Old-fashioned
Prêt
Moche
Démodé
Nouveau
Prêt = ready
Moche = ugly
Nouveau = new
6.
Boring
Compréhensif / compréhensive
Étonnant
Barbant
Étrange
Compréhensif / compréhensive = understanding
Étonnant = amazing
Étrange = strange
7.
Proud
Joli
Épicé
Tranquille
Fier / fière
Joli = pretty
Épicé = spicy
Tranquille = quiet / calm
8.
Annoying
Embêtant
Enchanté
Ennuyeux
Étonné
Enchanté = delighted
Ennuyeux = boring
Étonné = astonished / amazed
9.
Funny
Ridicule
Formidable
Génial
Rigolo
Ridicule = ridiculous
Formidable = great
Génial = great
10.
Perfect
Parfait
Passionnant
Pratique
Piquant
Passionnant = exciting
Pratique = practical
Piquant = spicy
Author:  Graeme Haw

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