2Los adjetivos: Adjectives: Words that modify nouns En español, most adjectives have either two or four formsWhen using adjectives in Spanish, one must always consider PLACEMENT and AGREEMENT.
3ADJECTIVE AGREEMENT:If an adjective ends in O, A, OS or AS then it will have four forms and the form that you use in any given sentence must agree with the noun that it modifies.nuestro (m/s) nuestra (f/s)nuestros (m/p) nuestras (f/p)
4ADJECTIVE AGREEMENT:If an adjective ends in something other than O, A, OS or AS, then it will have only two forms – singular and plural.su (s) sus (p)
5Exceptions to the rule…: The following adjectives lose the “o” of the masc. singular ending WHEN they come right before a Masc. Singular Noun.good (bueno)…buen librobad (malo)…mal perroone (uno)…un bolígrafofirst (primero)…el primer día
6placed in front of the noun Descriptive adjectives PLACEMENT OF ADJECTIVESRestrictive adjectivesplaced in front of the nounDescriptive adjectivesplaced after the nounNouns used as adjectivesplaced after the noun and separated by the word “de”