The masculine plural is soft. (Yes, it`s the same as the masculine singular! Remember what I said about adjectives that end in x.) The feminine plural is soft. Most French adjectives are made in the plural, adding the singular form of the adjective (masculine or feminine) -s: In general, irregular adjectives can be divided into four broad categories: *some adjectives that end in ète in feminine complete – discrete discreet * the last complete consonant does not always double (joys of each rule to an exception) small – small gray – gray When you learn and more and more Use adjectives, you will continue to find. You guessed it, exceptions. Most French adjectives are placed according to the nouns they describe. Some French adjectives precede the nouns they describe. (See: French grammar: adjective placement) Colored adjectives whose nouns are derived from the names of animals, flowers, fruits, and metals are usually immutable. Some adjectives have both an irregular feminine form and a special masculine form that is used before a silent vowel or “h”: So let`s take some extraordinary irregular adjectives that are very close and personal. But the best way to get irregular adjectives to shoot is to make them a part of your normal French routine – observing and hearing them and scattering them in your writing and conversation. Here is an example of the hot (hot) adjective that is used to modify the singular and masculine nouns: an adjective that describes two or more different genders takes the masculine plural form: favorite, which means – you guessed it – “favorite”, is a masculine singer adjective. In the society of singular female sponsorships, we use favorite….