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Les adjectifs

actif(-ive) active
aimable likeable
ambitieux(-euse) ambitious
bête dumb, silly
consciencieux(-euse) conscientious
content happy
curieux(-euse) curious
drôle funny
égoïste selfish
ennuyeux(-euse) boring
généreux(-euse) generous
génial(pl. -aux) great
heureux(-euse) happy
imaginatif(-ive) imaginative
impoli Impolite, rude
impulsif(-ive) impulsive
injuste unfair
intuitif(-ive) intuitive
juste fair
libéral(pl. -aux) liberal
malhereux(-euse) unhappy
meilleur best
mignon(ne) cute
musicien(be) musical
naïf(-ïve) naive
original(pl. -aux) original
paresseux(-euse) lazy
pauvre poor
pénible boring, a pain
poli polite
ponctuel(le) punctual
riche rich
sensible sensitive
sérieux(-euse) serious
spirituel(le) witty
sportif(-ive) athletic
sympathique, sympa nice
timide timid, shy
triste sad
What does “BANGS” stand for and why is it important? Beauty, Age, Number, Goodness and Size. If an adjective falls into one of these categories, then it goes before the noun opposed to after the noun.
Created by: green_jewel2