What is another proper adjective for France?
The proper adjective for France is French.
A proper noun is the name of a specific person place or thing. A proper noun is always capitalized. Examples: William Shakespeare Paris, France Christianity A proper adjective is an adjective derived from a proper noun. A proper adjective is always capitalized. Examples: Shakespearean (costumes) Parisian (nights) and French (fries) Christian (churches)