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adjectivesII - Many adjectives of nation nality end in-o...

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nality end in -o. These adjectives follow the same rules as other adjectives ending in -o. That is, they have four forms. el muchacho mexicano la muchacha mexicana los muchachos mexicanos las muchachas mexicanas Many other adjectives of nationality end in a consonant. These adjectives do not follow the same rules as other adjectives ending in a consonant, rather, they have a distinct feminine form ending in -a. el muchacho español la muchacha española los muchachos españoles las muchachas españolas There is another group of adjectives that does not follow the normal rules. Adjectives ending in -or, -án, -ón, or -ín also have a feminine form. el chico hablador la chica habladora los chicos habladores las chicas habladoras el hombre trabajador la mujer trabajadora los hombres trabajadores las mujeres trabajadoras Note: Adjectives ending in "-erior" do not have a feminine form. Adjectives that are descriptive usually follow the noun they describe.
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPAN 108 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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