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Placement of adjectives, agreement and some meanings.

Placement of adjectives, agreement and some meanings.

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  • 1. Describing people, places, and things
  • 2.
    • The interesting class.
    • The beautiful girl.
    • The handsome young man.
    • The green car.
    • The big old tree.
    • The smart student.
    • The ugly duckling.
    • The hot summer.
    • The American city.
  • 3. In English, adjectives usually come before the noun that they modify: -The ugly duckling. -The Super Bowl. In Spanish, the adjectives usually come after the noun that they modify: -El muchacho alto . -La muchacha simpática .
  • 4. In Spanish, most adjectives take the gender of the noun that they modify. If a regular adjective modifies a masculine noun, it will end with ______. If a regular adjective modifies a feminine noun, it will end with ______.
  • 5. el muchacho bajo el muchacho alto
  • 6. el sombrero pequeño el sombrero grande
  • 7.
    • guapo/a good-looking
    • feo/a ugly
    • gracioso/a; cómico/a funny
    • rubio/a blond
    • moreno/a dark hair
    ¿Cómo eres?
  • 8.
    • alto/a tall
    • bajo/a short
    • serio/a serious
    • ambicioso/a hardworking
    ¿Cómo eres?
  • 9.
    • perezoso/a lazy
    • bonita, linda pretty, beautiful
    • pelirrojo/a redhead
    • bastante quite
    • muy very
    ¿Cómo eres ?
  • 10.
    • flaco/a thin
    • gordo/a fat
    • sincero/a sincere
    • tímido/a timid
    ¿Cómo eres?
  • 11.
    • simpático/a nice
    • generoso/a generous
    • fantástico/a fantastic
    • honesto/a honest
    • bueno/a good
  • 12. la alumna ambicios__ el alumno perezos__
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