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Adjectives P. 55 Realidades 1
Adjectives l Words that describe people and things are called adjectives (adjetivos). l In Spanish, most adjectives have both masculine and feminine forms. l The masculine form usually ends in the letter -o and the feminine form usually ends in the letter -a.
Adjectives l Masculine adjectives are used to describe masculine nouns. l Marcos es ordenad o y simpátic o. l Marcos is organized and nice.
Adjectives l Feminine adjectives are used to describe feminine nouns. l Marta es ordenad a y simpátic a. l Marta is organized and nice.
Adjectives l Adjectives that end in -e describe both masculine and feminine nouns. l Take a look
Adjectives l Anita es inteligent e. l Anita is smart. l Pedro es inteligent e también. l Pedro is also smart.
Adjectives Masculine ordenad o trabajad or pacient e deport ista Feminine ordenad a trabajad ora pacient e deport ista
Adjectives l When an adjective ends in -or, an -a is added to describe a feminine noun. l Juan es trabajad or. l Luz es trabajad ora
Adjectives l Some adjectives that end in - ista, such as deportista, describe both masculine and feminine nouns. l You will need to learn which adjectives follow this pattern.
Adjectives l Tomás es deport ista. l Tomás is sports-minded. l Marta es deport ista también. l Marta is also sports-minded.