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Adjectives P. 55 Realidades 1 Adjectives Words that describe people and things are called adjectives (adjetivos). In Spanish, most adjectives have both.

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2 Adjectives P. 55 Realidades 1

3 Adjectives Words that describe people and things are called adjectives (adjetivos). In Spanish, most adjectives have both masculine and feminine forms. The masculine form usually ends in the letter -o The feminine form usually ends in the letter -a. Words that describe people and things are called adjectives (adjetivos). In Spanish, most adjectives have both masculine and feminine forms. The masculine form usually ends in the letter -o The feminine form usually ends in the letter -a.

4 Adjectives Masculine adjectives are used to describe masculine nouns. Marcos es ordenado y simpático. Marcos is organized and nice. Masculine adjectives are used to describe masculine nouns. Marcos es ordenado y simpático. Marcos is organized and nice.

5 Adjectives Feminine adjectives are used to describe feminine nouns. Marta es ordenada y simpática. Marta is organized and nice. Feminine adjectives are used to describe feminine nouns. Marta es ordenada y simpática. Marta is organized and nice.

6 Adjecties Adjectives that end in -e describe both masculine and feminine nouns. Take a look Adjectives that end in -e describe both masculine and feminine nouns. Take a look

7 Adjectives Anita es inteligente. Anita is smart. Pedro es inteligente también. Pedro is also smart. Anita es inteligente. Anita is smart. Pedro es inteligente también. Pedro is also smart.

8 Adjectives Masculine ordenado trabajador paciente deportista Masculine ordenado trabajador paciente deportista Feminine ordenada trabajadora paciente deportista

9 Adjectives When an adjective ends in - or, an -a is added to describe a feminine noun. Juan es trabajador. Luz es trabajadora. When an adjective ends in - or, an -a is added to describe a feminine noun. Juan es trabajador. Luz es trabajadora.

10 Adjectives Some adjectives that end in -a, such as deportista, describe both masculine and feminine nouns. You will need to learn which adjectives follow this pattern. Some adjectives that end in -a, such as deportista, describe both masculine and feminine nouns. You will need to learn which adjectives follow this pattern.

11 Adjectives Tomás es deportista. Tomás is sports-minded. Marta es deportista también. Marta is also sports-minded. Tomás es deportista. Tomás is sports-minded. Marta es deportista también. Marta is also sports-minded.

12 Tell if the adjectives are masculine or feminine or both. simpático inteligente estudiosa trabajadora paciente simpático inteligente estudiosa trabajadora paciente

13 Tell if the adjectives are masculine or feminine or both. simpático - masculine inteligente - masculine or feminine estudiosa - feminine trabajadora -feminine paciente - masculine or feminine simpático - masculine inteligente - masculine or feminine estudiosa - feminine trabajadora -feminine paciente - masculine or feminine


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