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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Colours/Colors [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Colours-vocabulary - Accord des adjectifs de couleur - Adjectifs de couleur - Adjectives of colour - Les expressions avec des couleurs - Couleurs en accord ou pas - Adjectifs de couleur. - Expressions avec les couleurs.
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    Adjectifs de couleurs


    1. La règle générale

    Les adjectifs de couleurs s'accordent en genre et en nombre au nom auquel ils se rapportent.

    exemple : des coraux rouges

                       deux requins bleus

    Remarque : les adjectifs qui ont une nuance de couleur suivent la règle générale ( rougeâtres, bleuâtres, orangés ).

     

    2. Des cas où l'adjectif de couleur reste invariable

    - Lorsqu'il est composé

    exemple : les grandes tentes bleu foncé, vert émeraude

    - Lorsqu'il designe une réalité

    exemple : orange, vanille, cerise, noisette, crème

    Remarque : Ecarlate, mauve, pourpre et rose varient et prennent -s.





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    1. Les militaires portent souvent des uniformes (kaki).
    2. Ce clown portait un pantalon (carmin)
    3. Mes fleurs préférées sont (mauve).
    4. Lorsque je me promène sur la plage il y a des crabes (rougeâtre), ils sont magnifiques.
    5. J'achète des savons de couleur (rose)
    6. Dans la foule, on distinguait les drapeaux (vert)
    7. La vendeuse a de petits yeux (noisette).
    8. Sur l'autoroute, les panneaux (orange) indiquent une déviation.
    9. Les enfants essoufflés avaient les joues (pourpre).
    10. Les fleurs ouvraient leurs corolles (bleu ciel).








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