And humble, dont forget humble.
Je suis narcissique.
You'll hear this stuff from Parisians a lot!
I came here to say that, but it seems I've come too late.
At last! A sentence I can use.
As a woman you'd say. Je suis belle et forte
As an apple you'd say "Je suis belle et forte." as well.
The voice sounds female but uses masculine adjectives about herself. Does anyone else find that confusing?
A tad egotistical perhaps. ;)
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It is supposed to make you feel better after sentence 'I'm a whale'
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can i say jolie instead of beau?
You can say "joli" (masc.) for pretty
When to use joli/bel/beau ?
I imagine for the same reasons you'd use pretty for some things and beautiful for other things in english. It probably doesn't matter too much, just synonyms with very slightly different meanings.
joli/bel/beau are all masculine adjectives you'll use for masculine nouns with the exception of "bel" which if I remember correctly is used if its before a word that begins with a vowel
What about this sentence: 'Je suis beau et fort', why is not: Je suis bel et fort', if 'beau' comes before the word begins with a vowel?
why not beaux?
The adjective form is beau
What is the difference for a french speaker between "beau" and "belle"? Is it simply the gender difference in the adjective for "beautiful"?
I wondering. When do I use "bel", "belle", "beau", "joli"
I am aware there's masculine, feminine, singular and plural.
But words like "bel", "beau" and "joli" are all masculine and singular. When do I know which to use?
Why can't it be good and strong?