Placement of Spanish adjectives - Before or after the noun?
Please note that:
- Descriptive adjectives are generally placed after the noun
- Possessive adjectives are genrally placed before the noun
- Demonstrative adjectives are generally placed before the noun
- Indefinite adjectives are generally placed before the noun
My brother is an handsome man.
Mi hermano es un hombre bonito.
Mi hermano es un bonito hombre.
My friend's name is Isabel.
Mi amiga se llama Isabel.
Amiga mi se llama Isabel.
This skirt is to short for you.
Esta falda es demasiado corta para ti.
Falda esta es demasiado corta para ti.
I have just finished to wash these plates.
Acabo de fregar estos platos.
Acabo de fregar platos estos.
I have seen some multicolour butterflies.
He visto unas mariposas multicolores.
He visto unas multicolores mariposas.
I bought some potatoes.
Compré algunas patatas.
Compré patatas algunas.
I do not want to take any pill.
No quiero tomar ninguna pastilla.
No quiero tomar pastilla ninguna.
This is your friend.
Éste es tu amigo.
Éste es amigo tu.
I bought a pair of red slippers.
Compré un par de zapatillas rojas.
Compré un par de rojas zapatillas.
Close that door over there!
¡Cierra aquella puerta!
¡Cierra puerta aquella!
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