How do you describe someone’s hair in French?

How do you describe physical features in French?

Learn all the French vocabulary you need to describe the most common physical characteristics.

Giving a description.

He / She is… Il est… Elle est…
skinny maigre maigre
tall grand grande
thin mince mince
ugly moche, laid moche, laide

How do you describe yourself physically in French?

Male: Je suis petit. Female: Je suis jolie.

Physical Appearance.

French Pronunciation English
jeune zhuhn young

Is hair in French feminine?

Hair in French is either le cheveu (one strand of hair) or, more commonly, les cheveux: the le makes it masculine.

How do you say hair in different languages?

In other languages hair

  • American English: hair /ˈhɛər/
  • Arabic: شَعْر
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cabelo.
  • Chinese: 头发
  • Croatian: kosa.
  • Czech: vlasy.
  • Danish: hår.
  • Dutch: haar.

Is hair plural in French?

A single piece of hair would be “un cheveu” in the singular, but in French, when we refer to the ensemble of the hair, as in when you comb your hair, or style your hair, we use “cheveux” in the plural: Des cheveux or les cheveux.

How do you describe hair and eyes in French?

The French word for eyes, yeux, is masculine and plural, so bleus has an -s on the end. To describe the style, length and colour of someone’s hair: Ma sœur a les cheveux blonds et raides.

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What are common French facial features?

What are typical French facial features? French white people tend to have two eyes, a nose with two nostrils, a mouth, eyebrows, ears on either side of the head, and often some facial hair. The hair may be of various colours, going from black to grey to white, and often various shades of brown, blonde and red.

What are French adjectives?

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.

How would you describe your personality in French examples?

Describing someone’s personality

He / She is… Il est… Elle est…
interesting intéressant intéressante
kind gentil gentille
lazy paresseux paresseuse
mean méchant méchante

What is my name in French?

Use the basic je m’appelle (zhuh mah-pehl) in most situations. This is the standard way to say “my name is” in French, and is appropriate in any occasion.