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Adjective Rules

Italian adjectives Agree with numbers and genders of the nouns they modify
Masculine Singolare: -o Un ragazzo alto Plurale: -i due ragazzi alti
Feminine Singolare: -a una ragazza alta Plurale: -e una ragazze alte
Adjectives ending in -ca, -ga, and -go maintain the hard "c" or "g" sound, just as nouns do This sound is represented by adding an "h" Ex: bianca-> bianche lunga-> lunghe lungo-> lunghi
Most adjectives ending in -io have only one "i" in the masculine plural Ex: vecchio->vecchi grigio->grigi
Some adjectives precede the noun instead of following it Ex: altro-> another/other molto-> many/ a lot of stesso-> same bello, buono, bravo, brutto, nuovo, vecchio
Created by: sofiadevito