Usually adjectives come in masculine and feminine flavors and reflect the gender
of the noun they modify. Normally masculine adjectives end in a consonant
and feminine adjectives end in an e.
Adjectives are a diverse lot though. You'll find many kinds of masculine and feminine forms including invariable adjectives.
Here are some adjectives in masculine feminine pairs unless invariable.
Subject pronouns can refer
to objects as well as persons.
More commonly though, ce
or another demonstrative
is used with objects and things. Ce
is only used with
the verb être
and becomes c'
when the être
verb form begins with an e.
When an adjective describes ce
it is always masculine, even if a feminine object is being referred
Most color adjectives are invariable. There are
only a few that aren't.