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The adjectives of nationality that end in a consonant are special and will often change depending on  the gender of the person to whom they refer. Unlike other adjectives ending in a consonant, you  actually add the letter –  a  after the consonant at the end of an adjective of nationality to use it with a 
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Unformatted text preview: feminine noun. It is also possible that other descriptive adjectives ending in a consonant will also change in the feminine form. el señor español the Spanish gentleman la señora española the Spanish lady un chico juguetón a playful guy una chica juguetona a playful girl...
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  • Fall '09
  • Oliveros
  • gentleman, Consonant, descriptive adjectives, el señor español, la señora española, una chica juguetona

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