Indefinite adjectives (adjetivos indefinidos) express the indefinite idea of quality or quantity of the noun they modify.
Like all adjectives, they agree in number and gender with the noun they modify.
These type of adjectives generally precede the noun they modify.
|English translation||Masculine / Singular||Feminine / Singular||Masculine / Plural||Feminine / Plural|
|some, a few, any||algún||alguna||algunas||algunos|
any, whatever, whichever, whoever, whomever
too much, too many
much/many, a lot of, lot of, lots of
|no, not any||ningún||ninguna||ningunos||ningunas|
|a little, a few||poco||poca||pocos||pocas|
each, every, all, all of
Feminine form cualquiera is shortened to cualquier when it comes before a noun.
Por cualquier pregunta, no dudes en contactarme. (Do not hesitate to contact me for any questions.)
Cualquier and cualquiera may occur after the noun to emphasize its insignificant identity.
Vamos a una ciudad cualquiera. (Let's go to any city.)
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