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Adjectives have different functions depending on the role they play with the noun they modify.
There are five different adjective categories:
Adjectives are generally placed after the noun they modify.
Demonstrative, possessive and indefinite adjectives generally occur before the noun they modify.
All of them must agree in gender (masculine, feminine) and number (singular, plural) with the noun they modify.
Descriptive adjectives describe the qualities of a noun.
El niño está triste. (The child is sad.)
Demonstrative adjectives indicate the location of a noun.
Possessive adjectives express possession or ownership.
Indefinite adjectives indicate the indefinite idea of quantity and quality of nouns.
Quiero otra galleta. (I want another biscuit.)
Comparative and superlative adjectives express the quality degree of nouns.
To form nouns with adjectives, you need to add an article (definite or indefinite) before the adjective.
|1 Placement of adjectives in Spanish|
|2 Gender and number of Spanish adjectives|
|3 Spanish descriptive adjectives|
|4 Spanish demonstrative adjectives|
|5 Spanish possessive adjectives|
|6 Spanish indefinite adjectives (many, any...)|
|7 Comparative and superlative in Spanish|
|8 Using adjectives as nouns in Spanish|
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