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Realidades 1 1B Grammar: Adjectives
Transcript of Realidades 1 1B Grammar: Adjectives
In Spanish, most adjectives have both masculine and feminine forms.
Masculine form usually ends in -o.
Feminine form usually ends in -a. Masculine adjectives Masculine adjectives describe masculine nouns
Ex: Marco es ordenado y simpático
Marco is organized and nice.
What is the masculine noun?
What are the masculine adjectives? Feminine Adjectives Feminine ajectives describe feminine nouns
Ex: Marta es ordenada y simpática.
Marta is organized and nice.
What is the feminine noun?
What are the feminine adjectives? Atención There are three exceptions to the general rule you will
need to learn
Rule 1: Adjectives that end in -e are neutral.
They describe both masculine and feminine
Anita es inteligente Anita is smart.
Pedro es inteligente Pedro is smart. Rule 2: If the masculine form ends in -dor
the feminine form ends in -dora.
Ex: Juan es trabajador. = Juan is hardworking.
María es trabajadora. = María is hardworking. Rule 3: Some adjectives that end in -a describe
both masculine and feminine nouns. You will
need to learn which adjectives follow this pattern.
Ex: Tomás es deportista. Tomás is sports-minded.
Marta es deportista. Marta is sports-minded. Prueba de Comprensión 1. Masculine adjectives usually end in _____.
2. Feminine adjectives usually end in ______.
3. What are the 3 exceptions to the general rule
for adjectives? ¿Hay Preguntas? Any questions?