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le date Les Couleurs L/O: 1.To learn different colors in French 2. To understand how to make adjectives agree with nouns
I have a red pen. J’ai un stylo rouge.
I have a blue pencil. J’ai un crayon bleu.
NOUN: An object, person or thing. Examples: A pen, my sister, a cow, the Pope, a bag Un stylo, mon père, mon collège, une trousse
ADJECTIVE: a word that describes a noun Examples: Red, big, small, fat, blue, funny Vert, grand, petit, rouge, amusant
In English, the adjective goes before the noun I have a red pen. adjective noun
In French, the adjective goes AFTER the noun J’ai un stylo rouge adjective noun
Masculin Féminin Un stylo Un sac Un crayon Un livre Un cahier Une trousse Une calculatrice Une règle Une gomme Une table
In French adjectives have to agree with the nouns So if the nouns are feminine the adjectives must be feminine
M - un stylo F - une règle vert bleu noir gris blanc... orange rouge jaune marron
Mostly, this is done by putting an ‘e’ on the end. vert bleu noir gris vert bleu noir gris e e e e
Some adjectives are “irregular” (you just have to learn these) blanc he
And some don’t change at all (often because they already have an ‘e’ at the end, but you have to learn these as well) rouge jaune rouge jaune orange marron
SINGULAR: When there is only one. PLURAL: When there is more than one.
Just as adjectives have to agree with a noun’s gender... they also have to agree with the number of objects there are
... Masculine plural des stylos Feminine plural des règles... Des = some
This is done simply by putting an s on the end vert s
verte s Don’t forget if they are feminine...
STOP!!!! There is one color that never changes...
marron Un stylo marron Une trousse marron Des crayons marron Des règles marron
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