Sp - Noun Adjective Agreement

  1. In English, the adjective almost always comes before the noun. In Spanish, the adjective



    B) usually comes after the noun
  2. Which of the following is the correct Spanish translation - the serious students



    C) los estudiantes serios
  3. True of False
    In Spanish, adjectives match the gender and the number of the nouns they describe.
    True
  4. el chico alto




    C) masculine - singular
  5. los chicos altos




    B) masculine - plural
  6. la chica alta




    B) feminine - singular
  7. las chicas altas




    C) feminine - plural
  8. True of False
    Adjectives that end in -e match masculine
    • False
    • Adjectives that end in -e match both genders.

    • the intelligent teacher
    • el maestro intelligente
    • la maestra intelligente
  9. True or False
    Many adjectives that end in a consonant match both genders.
    • True
    • Many adjectives that end in a consonant match both genders.

    • the young friend
    • el amigo joven
    • la amiga joven
  10. True or False
    Some adjectives that end in a consonant add -a to form the feminine singular.  These exceptions follow a pattern and do not have to be memorized.
    • True
    • Some adjectives that end in a consonant add -a to form the feminine singular.  These exceptions have to be memorized.

    • the working boy or girl
    • el chico trabajador
    • la chica trabajadora
  11. True of False
    To make an adjective plural, add -es if it ends in a vowel; add -s if it ends in a consonant.
    • False
    • To make an adjective plural, add -s if it ends in a vowel; add -es if it ends in a consonant.

    • the working girls or boys
    • las chicas trabajadoras
    • los chicos trabajadores
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jadeten2003
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Sp - Noun Adjective Agreement
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Sp - Noun Adjective Agreement
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