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adjectives, color, noun/adjective agreement

In Spanish adjectives.......

come AFTER the noun they describe.

If a Spanish adjective end in o.......

change the o to a to make in feminine.

If a Spanish adjective ends in e.....

it does not change forms to become feminine.

If a Spanish noun is plural.....

then the adjective that describes it must also be plural.

el

the (masculine, singular)

la

the (feminine, singular)

un

a or an (masculine)

una

a or an (feminine)

trabajador(a)

hard-working

sociable

outgoing

perezoso

lazy

artístico

artistic

me gusta

I like

te gusta

you like

estudiar

to study

dibujar

to draw

cantar

to sing

tocar la guitarra

to play the guitar

talentoso

talented

correr

to run

nadar

to swim

hablar

to talk

pasar tiempo con amigos

to spend time with friends

serio

serious

gracioso

silly

verde

green

amarillo

yellow

blanco

white

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