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Adjective Agreement

Adjective Endings in Spanish

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What is and adjective describe / explain nouns or pronouns
Adjectives ending in an -o are masculine and singular in Spanish
Adjectives ending in -os are masculine and plural in Spanish
Adjectives ending in an -a are feminine and singular in Spanish
Adjectives ending in -as are feminine and plural in Spanish
Adjectives HAVE to agree with nouns in Gender (masculine/feminine) and Number (singular/plural)
To change masculine adjectives ending in -o to feminine words change the -o to -a to make feminine
Adjectives that end in -o in are considered masculine
Adjectives that end in -a in are considered feminine
Adjectives that end in -e (grande, fuerte, verde, catorce) or consonant (joven, dificil, debil) are gender neutral (this means that these adjectives can be either masculine or feminine!!)
To change feminine adjectives ending in -a to masculine words change the -a to -o to make masculine
How do you make adjectives that end in a vowel like the Spanish word for athletic (atl├ętico) plural? Add the letter -s to the end of the adjective
How do you make adjectives that end in a consonant like the Spanish word for blue (intelectual) plural? Add the letters -es to the end of the adjective
First question you should ask yourself when describing someone or something Is who or what being described masculine or feminine
Second question you should ask yourself when describing someone or something Is who or what being described singular or plural
Adjectives in Spanish come after the noun
Adjectives match the gender (masculine/feminine) and the number (singular/plural) of the noun
Created by: gonzalezo