What is Serieuse?

What is Serieuse?

What is Serieuse?

[seʀjø ] Word forms: sérieux, sérieuse. bien réfléchi) [offre, proposition] genuine ⧫ serious.

What is the plural of serieux?

Adjective. sérieux (feminine singular sérieuse, masculine plural sérieux, feminine plural sérieuses)

What is the opposite of Sérieux in French?

The opposite of “prendre au sérieux” is “prendre à la légère” (take lightly or slightly) and not “prendre légèrement.” Here are some examples. C’est une menace qu’il ne faut pas prendre à la légère. (This is not a threat to be taken lightly.) Il ne faut pas prendre les choses à la légère.

What is the feminine form of Sérieux?

If the masculine singular form ends in a consonant, add ‐ment to the feminine singular form of the adjective: sérieux (masc.) becomes sérieuse (fem.) = sérieusement.

What is the plural of blue in French?

Using colours to describe plural nouns

Masculine singular Feminine singular Feminine Plural
bleu bleue bleues
noir noire noires
vert verte vertes

What is the feminine form of Sportif?


number feminine masculine
plural sportifs
singular sportive sportif

What’s the difference between Belle and Beau?

Beau/belle is the most common way to say “beautiful” in French. Beau describes a masculine noun, and belle describes feminine noun. So to say “a beautiful woman”, you would say une belle femme. And to say “a beautiful man”, you would say un bel homme.

How do you say cruel in French?

French translation of ‘cruel’

  1. [person] cruel(le)
  2. [treatment] cruel(le)
  3. [joke, hoax] cruel(le)
  4. to be cruel to sb [person] être cruel(le) envers qn.

What is the feminine of Mou?

Masculine: mou. Feminine: molle. Noun: la mollesse (but we don’t use it often)

Is Sacre bleu a swear word?

Sacrebleu or sacre bleu is a French profanity used as a cry of surprise or happiness. It is a minced oath form of the profane sacré dieu, “holy God”. The holy God exclamation being profane is related to the third commandment: “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.”