Look at these examples:

Attention, c'est chaud!  Watch out, it's hot!

C'est très ennuyeux !It's very boring.

C'est bleu.It's blue.

Note that to describe things in general in French, you can use :

c'est (it is/this is/that is) + a simple adjective (describing word)


See also Standalone adjectives after c'est are always masculine

and more advanced C'est vs il/elle est: Saying it is

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C'est grand.It's big.
C'est bleu.It's blue.
Le McDo, c'est bien pour les dimanches soirs paresseux, pas pour le jour de l'Amoooouuuur!McDonald's, it's good for lazy Sunday evenings, not for the day of Luuuurve!
Attention, c'est chaud!  Watch out, it's hot!
C'est très ennuyeux !It's very boring.
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