Adjectives in Spanish

Adjectives in - Adjectives in Spanish Reminder The principal function of adjectives is to modify or otherwise describe nouns Therefore the

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Adjectives in Spanish A Reminder : The principal function of adjectives is to modify or otherwise describe nouns. Therefore, the number (singular or plural) and the gender (masculine or feminine) of an adjective depends on the noun involved. As you know, the gender of a noun often has nothing to do with the concept of male vs. female but is rather the result of centuries of grammatical and spelling conventions. I. Forms: 1. Regular adjectives (four forms: -o, -a, -os, -as). Most adjectives have both masculine and feminine, singular and plural forms: the “masculine” vowel is -o , and the “feminine” one is -a . An -s is added to either vowel to form the plural. 2. un libro nuev o 3. 4. a new book (masculine singular) 5. dos libro s nuev os 6. 7. two new books (masculine plural) 8. 9. 10. 11. una mesa nuev a 12. 13. a new table (feminine singular) 14. dos mesa s nuev 15. 16. two new tables (feminine plural)
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as 17. 1 18. Adjectives with two forms. These adjectives usually end in an
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2008 for the course SPAN 300 taught by Professor Duenas during the Summer '08 term at UNC.

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