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Adjectives in Spanish

Adjectives in Spanish

Adjectives are words that describe or indicate qualities, characteristics and properties of nouns within the sentence. In todays article we go through two important rules when forming adjectives in Spanish.





Adjectives that end in 'o' have 4 forms; masculine singular and plural, feminine singular and plural:



Bonito Bonita
Bonitos  Bonitas 


Adjectives that end in 'e', 'a' and constanances have two forms; singular and plural.


Inteligente  Inteligentes 
Optimista Optimistas
Joven Jovenes



The Conditional Tense in Spanish
When to use the Spanish neutral article "Lo"