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Number and Gender Agreement

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  • 1.
    • Preview
    • Nouns and pronouns
    • Adjectives
    • Singular and plural forms
    • Master Teacher
    • Grammar Guys
    • Teen Skits
    Gender and adjective agreement
  • 2.
    • Nouns and pronouns in Spanish are divided into genders.
    • Nouns for men and boys are masculine .
    Nouns and pronouns Masculine : amigo, él, Juan Feminine: amiga, ella, María
    • Nouns for women and girls are feminine .
  • 3.
    • The masculine form of most adjectives ends in - o , while the feminine form ends in -a .
    Adjectives Raúl es romántic o . Mari es romántic a .
  • 4. Adjectives Rafael es inteligent e . Carmen es inteligent e .
    • Adjectives that end in an -e have the same masculine and feminine forms.
  • 5.
    • Adjectives ending in consonants do not add an -a , unless they end in -or or are adjectives of nationality.
    Adjectives Lorenzo es intelectua l y trabajad or . Gloria es intelectua l y trabajador a . Sergio es españo l . Sara es espa ñol a .
  • 6.
    • Adjectives also agree with nouns in number.
    • An adjective that describes one person or thing is in singular form.
    Singular and plural forms Joaqu í n es alt o . Rosa es intelectua l .
  • 7.
    • When an adjective describes more than one person or thing, its form is plural .
    • If the singular form ends in a vowel, add -s to make it plural.
    Singular and plural forms Paco y Luis son alto s . Mis amigos son intelectual es . Joaqu í n es alt o . Rosa es intelectua l .
    • If it ends in a consonant, add -es .
  • 8.
    • To describe a mixed group of men and women, or boys and girls, use the masculine plural form of the adjective:
    Singular and plural forms Carlos y Ana son rom á ntic os .
  • 9. Master Teachers: Gender and adjective agreement
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  • 10. Grammar Guys: Gender and adjective agreement
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  • 11. Teen Skits: Gender and adjective agreement
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