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L'Adjectif démonstratif
A demonstrative adjective points out a particular noun. Like other French adjectives, demonstrative adjectives have to agree with the word they modify in gender and number.

ce, cet, cette (this, that)
[obj],[m],[f]

ces (these, those)
L'Adjectif descriptif
A descriptive adjective describes a quality of a noun or pronoun. Like other French adjectives, descriptive adjectives have to agree with the word they modify in gender and number.

bon, bonne, bons, bonnes
joli, jolie, jolis, jolies
jeune, jeunes
L'Adjectif indéfini
An indefinite adjective is used to modify nouns in a unspecific sense. Like other French adjectives, indefinite adjectives have to agree with the word they modify in gender and number.

autre, autres
chaque (each)
plusieurs (several)
Adjectif interrogatif
An interrogative adjective asks a question about a noun. Like other French adjectives, interrogative adjectives have to agree with the word they modify in gender and number.

quel, quelle, quels, quelles
(what, which)
L'Adjectif négatif
A negative adjective negates, refuses, or casts doubt on a quality of the noun it modifies. Like other French adjectives, negative adjectives have to agree with the word they modify in gender and number.

ne... aucun (no)
ne... nul (not any)
ne... pas un (not one)
L'Adjectif possessif
A possessive adjective specfies who or what possesses a noun. Like other French adjectives, possessive adjectives have to agree with the word they modify in gender and number.

mon, ma, mes
notre, nos