As a French Learner, I am always very afraid of using adjectives in French. Instead of saying "The tall building", I will always instead choose to say "The building that is tall".
One reason for my fear of adjectives is that there seems to be so many ways to form them in French, and I never know which way is proper.
Some words by themselves are very clearly adjectives, and when we first learn these words, we are explicitly told to remember these words as adjectives. These words are somewhat easy to use. (e.g. "vert", "sympa", etc)
However, sometimes a past participle seems to be used as an adjective. For example, when I put "Spoken French is very difficult to understand" into Google Translate, it translated "Spoken French" as "le français parlé". I had no idea that the verb "parler" could be transformed like this into the adjective "spoken".
And at other times, i think i have seen "de [noun]" or "à [noun]" used as adjectives, but I cannot remember any examples.
So, can anyone tell me all the ways that an adjective (or adjective clause) might be created in French?