How do you describe school subjects in French?
Terms in this set (10)
- Super. Super.
- Génial. Great.
- Intéressant. Interesting.
- Utile. Useful.
- Amusant. Funny/Fun.
- Facile. Easy.
- Difficile. Difficult.
- Ennuyeux. Boring.
What are the classes in French?
How to say classes in French
|class distinction||class Council|
|classes begin||classes start|
How would you describe your school in French?
Pierre starts by describing his morning school routine.
Describing Your School.
|L’école (pronounced /ay-kol/)||‘The school’|
|Le cours (pronounced /koor/)||‘The class’|
|La cour de récréation (pronounced /koor duh ray-kray-ah-seeohn/)||‘The playground’|
|La salle de classe (pronounced /sahl duh klas/)||‘The classroom’|
What is DT in French?
The subject (matière) is called Technologie.
How do you say what classes you have in French?
What class are you taking? Quel genre de cours tu prends ? What class are you in? Quelle classe ?
Is classes masculine or feminine in French?
The word classe in French is a feminine noun.
What are examples of adjectives in French?
The 12 Most Common Adjectives In French
- Petit – Small or of little importance.
- Grand – Large, tall, important, worthy of respect.
- Drôle – Something that surprises you or makes you laugh.
- Super – Super, great, extraordinary.
- Dernier – Last.
- Premier – First.
- Possible – Possible, doable, believable.
- Beau – Beautiful.
How do you identify adjectives in French?
Most French adjectives go after the noun they describe. Some very common adjectives usually come before the noun: bon/mauvais, court/long, grand/petit, jeune/nouveau/vieux, gros, haut, beau, joli, premier, meilleur.