What We Want to Learn
Here are some common and often used ajectives:
Those are some of the many adjectives in the Spanish language. Be sure to stop by every once in awhile to find out what the new ones are.
By now, you probably have noticed that some of the adjectives have both -o and -a
endings. This is because the adjectives must agree with the subject that
they modify. This is explained more in the
grammar section and the noun section
of this page. To begin: if the singular subject is feminine (usually ends in -a), the
adjective must end in -a. If the singular subject is masculine (ends in
-o), the adjective must end in -o. To modify plural nouns, use the
ajective form you would use in the singular case, but add an -s to the end.
It is very simple. There are, like any language, some irregular nouns and
adjectives. Just use the few adjectives above for now, and you will be well
on your way to learning spanish.
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