Spanish adjectives - like Spanish nouns (see Lesson 4 ) - can be masculine or feminine, singular or plural.
Adjectives must "agree" with the noun that they are describing - for example, if the noun is feminine & singular, the adjective must also be feminine & singular.
We shall learn how to convert adjectives from one form to another.
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2. Then listen to the Spanish. Make sure you can hear each word clearly. Use the audio option that suits you best.
3. Repeat the Spanish out loud several times (until you can say each sentence easily and are comfortable with the Spanish pronunciation).
4. If necessary, move on to the next lesson and return to this lesson's audio for further pronunciation practice when you're ready.
As I said in Lesson 4 on Spanish Nouns ...
Learn Spanish phrases and sentences - not individual words.
By listening to whole Spanish expressions, phrases and sentences regularly, intuitive use of the correct form of adjectives will happen much more quickly than through learning of rules alone.
Regular and repetitive listening ensures that your brain
knows what sounds right.
You can certainly learn the rules and do lots of Spanish listening.
But if you're only going to do one, stick to listening.
Remain motivated to learn
Spanish by making the process easy and enjoyable..
|la||moto||motorbike (motorcycle [US])|
|el/la||niño/a||child, little boy / girl|