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Adjectives to Describe Places 01

What do ‘animé’, ‘démodé’ and ‘déprimé’ mean? How would you say, ‘noisy’ or ‘quiet’?

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

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We use adjectives to describe nouns. In this quiz we look at some French adjectives used to describe places. In it you will learn how to say words such as lively, overcrowded, quiet or dirty in French. It’s a fast and fun way to revise French words for the all-important 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.
Cheap
Démodé
Bon marché
Gratuit
Inutile
Démodé = old-fashioned
Gratuit = free of charge
Inutile = useless
2.
Quiet
Mince
Facile
Triste
Calme
Mince = slim
Facile = easy
Triste = sad
3.
Paired / twinned
Jumelé
Séparé
Compréhensif
Obligatoire
Séparé = separated
Compréhensif = understanding
Obligatoire = compulsory
4.
Overcrowded
Entouré
Debout
Étroit
Surchargé
Entouré = surrounded
Debout = standing
Étroit = narrow
5.
Noisy
Sensass
Faible
Bruyant
Dégoûtant
Sensass = sensational
Faible = weak
Dégoûtant = disgusting
6.
Lively
Animé
Rigolo
Marrant
Drôle
Rigolo = funny
Marrant = funny
Drôle = funny
7.
Dirty
Pollué
Pénible
Sale
Moche
Pollué = polluted
Pénible = annoying
Moche = ugly
8.
Dangerous
Effrayant
Aimable
Fâché
Dangereux
Effrayant = frightening
Aimable = kind
Fâché = angry
9.
Famous
Célèbre
Déprimé
Malsain
Haut
Déprimé = depressed
Malsain = unhealthy
Haut = high
10.
Clean / tidy
Équilibré
Propre
Vide
Agréable
Équilibré = balanced
Vide = empty
Agréable = pleasant
Author:  Graeme Haw

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