so you really just add an -e to the end of a adjective to make it feminine? is there any exceptions?
Isaiah, the lesson notes that this is the situation for 'most' adjectives. There are exceptions. There is a link in the lesson, for example, to the situation with words ending in a mute 'e'. From that lesson, you will also find links to other related lessons listed for specific situations :
Adjectives ending with mute -e don't change in the feminine in French
The rule that nouns ending on -e are feminine applies to about 80% of these nouns. So you can't blindly rely on this. Examples are, e.g., le musée, le lycée, le livre, le judge, etc.
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