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Los Adjetivos Adjectives. When using adjectives in Spanish… Remember that most adjectives in Spanish are either masculine or feminine, and can be singular.

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1 Los Adjetivos Adjectives

2 When using adjectives in Spanish… Remember that most adjectives in Spanish are either masculine or feminine, and can be singular or plural…all depending on the noun/nouns being described. Adjectives must always match the noun in gender and number. Some adjectives stay the same for both genders…make sure to watch out for them. (ex: inteligente, deportista, joven, etc.)

3 To make them a certain gender / number… When an adjective ends in an o, you make it feminine by simply removing the o which makes it masculine and add an a Ex: alto = alta, delgado = delgada To make adjectives plural, simply add an s if it ends in a vowel. If it ends in a consonant, add es.

4 Examples: gordo = gordos fea = feas inteligente = inteligentes joven = jóvenes

5 To describe people and physical traits… Rubio (a) Pelirrojo (a) Moreno (a) / Castaño(a) Canoso (a) Calvo Viejo (a) Alto (a) Bajo (a) Gordo (a) Delgado (a) Flaco (a) Bonito (a) Feo (a) Guapo (a) Largo (a) Corto (a) Grande Pequeño (a)

6 to describe non-physical traits… Atlético (a) / Deportista Aburrido (a) Perezoso (a) Serio (a) Trabajador (a) Paciente Impaciente Inteligente Artístico (a) Estudioso (a) Sociable Reservado (a) Desordenado (a) Ordenado (a) Atrevido (a) Gracioso (a) Viejo (a) Joven


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