Adjectives - PwLF super list (levels A1, A2, B1)

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Level AchievementScore Lesson Feedback  
A0 : Entry Level   Adjectives usually go AFTER nouns in French (Position of Adjectives)
A0 : Entry Level   Most adjectives can be made feminine by adding -e in French
A1 : Beginner   Adjectives ending with mute -e don't change in the feminine in French
A1 : Beginner   Adjectives ending in -er become -ère in the feminine in French
A1 : Beginner   Adjectives ending in -eux become -euse in the feminine in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Forming the feminine of adjectives ending in -f in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Forming the feminine of adjectives ending in -c in French
B1 : Intermediate   Forming the plural of adjectives ending in -al in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Forming the feminine of adjectives ending in -oux + "faux" in French
B1 : Intermediate   Forming the feminine of adjectives ending in -u in French
A0 : Entry Level   Position of French Adjectives - Short and common adjectives that go BEFORE nouns
A0 : Entry Level   Most adjectives can be made plural by adding -s in French
A1 : Beginner   Colour descriptions change according to gender and number (French Colour Adjectives)
B1 : Intermediate   Ancien = former/old (French Adjectives that change meaning according to position)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Plus ... que/Moins ... que/Aussi ... que = More ... than/Less ... than/As ... as (Comparisons with Adjectives in French)
B1 : Intermediate   Forming the plural of French adjectives ending in -al (exceptions)
A1 : Beginner   Position of French Adjectives - More adjectives that go BEFORE nouns
A1 : Beginner   Standalone adjectives after c'est are always masculine
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Forming the superlative of French adjectives in complex cases
B1 : Intermediate   Cher= dear/expensive (French Adjectives that change meaning according to position)
B1 : Intermediate   Certain = specific / sure in French (adjectives that change meaning according to position)
B1 : Intermediate   Propre = own/clean (French Adjectives that change meaning according to position)
B1 : Intermediate   Dernier = final/previous (French Adjectives that change meaning according to position)
B1 : Intermediate   Vrai = real/true (French Adjectives that change meaning according to position)
A1 : Beginner   Beau, nouveau, vieux have different plural forms for masculine and feminine (French Adjectives)
B1 : Intermediate   Même can mean "same", "itself", "very", "exact" and "precise" as an adjective, and "even" as an adverb in French
A1 : Beginner   Beau, nouveau, vieux, fou, mou have two masculine forms and one feminine form (French Adjectives)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Frais, long, favori, rigolo have irregular feminine forms (French adjectives)
B1 : Intermediate   Compound colour names and colour names derived from things are invariable (French Colour Adjectives)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   De plus en plus / De moins en moins + [adverbe/adjectif/verbe] = more and more / less and less + [adverb/adjective/verb] (Comparisons in French)
A1 : Beginner   Forming the feminine of adjectives ending in "-el/-eil/-il/-ul/-et/-s" in French
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Ce, cet, cette, ces + [durée] -là/-ci = that/those or this/these + [duration] (French Demonstrative Adjectives)
A1 : Beginner   Mon, ma, mes; ton, ta, tes; son, sa, ses = my; your; his / her in French (possessive adjectives)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using notre/nos versus son/sa/ses with "on" depending on its meaning (French Possessive Adjectives)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Special cases when you use mon/ma/mes/etc with parts of the body (French Possessive Adjectives)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Ce/cet/cette and ces = this/that and these/those (French Demonstrative Adjectives)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using son/sa/ses to express possession with personne/tout le monde/chacun/il faut (French Possessive Adjectives)
B1 : Intermediate   Le/la/les plus and Le/la/les moins = The most and the least (Superlative with Adjectives in French)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Adjectives after personne, rien, tout le monde, quelqu'un are always masculine in French
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Common mistakes with mon/ma/mes, ton/ta/tes and son/sa/ses (French Possessive Adjectives)
A0 : Entry Level   Adjectives of nationalities vary depending on gender in French (French Adjectives)
A1 : Beginner   Notre/nos/votre/vos/leur/leurs = our/your/their (French Possessive Adjectives)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   "Ma" becomes "mon" with feminine nouns starting with a vowel or mute h (French Possessive Adjectives)
A1 : Beginner   Adjectives ending in -s or -x change in the plural forms only when feminine in French
A1 : Beginner   Forming the feminine of nouns and adjectives ending in "-ien/-ion/-on" in French
A1 : Beginner   Neuf vs nouveau to say new in French
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