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LEARN ENGLISH ADJECTIVES

Adjectives are the words we use to describe the nouns . They can tell you any characteristic of the noun they go with. This could be about its shape, colour, size, etc. In English, adjectives are invariable words, that is, they only take on one single or unique form (singular). Unlike Spanish, English adjectives DO NOT possess gender and DO NOT change from singular to plural when the noun they describe changes its form. learn more...

LEARN ENGLISH DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES

We use the demonstrative adjectives THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE to draw attention to particular people, objects, animals, events, etc. They help us to locate the noun they go with in relation to the speaker in space or time. learn more...

LEARN SPANISH ADJECTIVES

Adjectives are the words we use to describe the nouns. They can tell you any characteristic of the noun they go with. This could be about its shape, colour, size, etc. In Spanish, adjectives are variable words, that is, they are going to take on different forms depending on the noun they go with, as they always have to agree with it. If the noun is singular, then the adjective will be singular too and if the noun is plural then the adjective will also be plural. In Spanish the nouns possess gender, the adjectives have gender as well. learn more...

LEARN SPANISH DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES

We use the demonstrative adjectives ESTE, ESE, ESTAS... to draw attention to particular people, objects, animals, events, etc. They help us to locate the noun they go with in relation to the speaker in space or time in the moment of speaking. As in Spanish we distinguish between masculine and feminine, singular and plural in the nouns, we also do it with the demonstrative adjectives. learn more...