Adjective concord is concord of adjectives when they have to agree with the nouns they modify. This is not present in English grammar; when very occasionally found it is usually the result of French or Latin loan phrases.
|Singular||le petit prince,
le vélo vert
|la petite princesse
la voiture verte
|Plural||les petits princes
les vélo verts
|les petites princesses
les voitures vertes
Also Latin; compare professor emeritus (m-s) and professor emerita (f-s), professors emeriti (m-pl), professors emeritae (f-pl).
Potential source of error[edit | edit source]
This may be a potential source of error, particularly if students' L1 is a language that shows adjective concord.