MASCULINE AND FEMININE adjectives
ARTICLES 01, ARTICLES 02 and ARTICLES 03 explained how the words in French for "the", "a" or "some" need to *agree* with the masculine and feminine nouns they relate to.
Something else that needs to *agree* with a noun is the ADJECTIVE that describes it. Many adjectives in French have a masculine form and a feminine form - and quite often, different forms for the masculine and feminine PLURALS as well.
Most adjectives in French go *after* the noun they describe.
*usually* an "s" is added to the end of the masculine form of the adjective, to make the masculine plural version.
*usually* an "e" is added at the end of the masculine form of the adjective, to make the feminine.
*usually* an "s" is added to the end of the feminine singular form of the adjective, to make the feminine plural version.
So we have the following forms of the adjective "bleu", meaning "blue":
|bleu (m) (s)
||bleus (m) (pl)
||bleue (f) (s)||bleues (f) (pl)