Riche Adjective Agreement

Here is a list of some irregular adjectives in the French language: Irregular adjective words List and examples Source: Collins Easy Learning French Grammar From rich middle English, ryche (also rike), from the rīċe of the ancient English republic (“power, authority, power, domination, domination, domination), from proto-westgermane *rīkī, from proto-Germanic *rīkiją (“Empire, power”), from direct proto-Indogermanic”). This also applies to adjectives where you double the consonants to transform them into their feminine form. For example, in the word big (big, big) the s is silent, while in its female counterpart the big sound s is clear. Rule #1: Just add -e to the masculine singular adjective. This is the case for most adjectives. Now that all these classifications have been removed, the question is: where to put a numerical adjective in a sentence? In the previous lesson, we discussed the fact that adjectives normally appear according to the noun they describe…