How to say “different” in French
Different in French is “différent(e)”. It can be used as an adjective to describe something that is not the same as others. For example, “Cette voiture est différente de la mienne.” (This car is different from mine.)
In French, adjectives usually change to match the gender and number of the noun they describe. So, if you are talking about a masculine singular noun, you would use “différent”. If you are talking about a feminine singular noun, you would use “différente”. If you are talking about a masculine plural noun, you would use “différents”. And if you are talking about a feminine plural noun, you would use “différentes”.
It’s also worth noting that “différent” can also be used as a noun, meaning “difference”. For example, “Il y a une grande différence entre les deux.” (There is a big difference between the two.)
In conclusion, knowing how to say “different” in French can be very useful in a variety of situations, from describing things, to expressing opinions and making comparisons. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced French learner, it’s a word worth adding to your vocabulary.