French Adjectives Starting with M


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How would you say 'the mean wolf'?

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1. What adjective best describes un chiot (a puppy)?

2. How would you say 'bad dreams' in French? The word for dream is un rêve.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

With this mobile-friendly quiz, you can discover how much you know about French adjectives that start with M. Questions will cover key areas like a description of a mean wolf and a word used to describe un chiot.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Choose French adjectives starting with M for the following:

  • Bad un rêve
  • Smelly trash
  • Une sorcière

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding a French adjective to describe a wolf who is mean and interpret it correctly
  • Infomation recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding an adjective to describe a un chiot
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about a French translation for 'bad dreams' and an appropriate adjective to describe a une sorcière

Additional Learning

You can learn more about the French adjective by reviewing the lesson called French Adjectives Starting with M. These topics will be covered in further detail:

  • Common French adjectives starting with M
  • Adjectives with the prefix mal-
  • Guidelines for masculine and feminine nouns
  • Plural nouns and the placement of M adjectives