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Adjectives to Describe People

What do ‘de taille moyenne’, ‘gourmand’ and ‘démodé’ mean? How would you say ‘pretty’ or ‘thin?

Studying Year 7, 8 or 9 French? This rapid revision quiz was created for you.

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Adjectives are words we use to describe nouns or ‘things’. One of the most common things you will want to describe is people. They come in all shapes and sizes and with different personalities too. Learn how to say the French words for tall, smart, pretty, cool and many more besides! This will help you a lot when it comes to French tests and 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.
Ugly
Moche
Marron
Amer
Pas mal
Marron = brown
Amer = bitter
Pas mal = not bad
2.
Old fashioned
Désolé
Ennuyeux
Démodé
Génial
Désolé = sorry
Ennuyeux = boring
Génial = great
3.
Medium height
Plein d'action
De taille moyenne
Gourmand
Affreux
Plein d'action = full of action
Gourmand = greedy
Affreux = awful
4.
Thin
Sucré
Nul
Sympa
Mince
Sucré = sweet
Nul = rubbish
Sympa = nice / kind
5.
Tall / big
Grand
Salé
Bavard
Paresseux
Salé = salty
Bavard = talkative
Paresseux = lazy
6.
Small
Gris
Savoureux
Amusant
Petit
Gris = grey
Savoureux = tasty
Amusant = fun
7.
Smart
Délicieux
Émouvant
Bizarre
Élégant
Délicieux = delicious
Émouvant = moving
Bizarre = weird
8.
Pretty
Suisse
Passionnant
Jolie
Utile
Suisse = Swiss
Passionnant = exciting
Utile = useful
9.
Cool
Cool
Belge
Marrant
Timide
Belge = Belgian
Marrant = funny
Timide = shy
10.
Fat
Grec
Gros
Bien
Facile
Grec = Greek
Bien = good
Facile = easy
Author:  Graeme Haw

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