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Spanish Adjectives

Spanish Adjectives

Grande
Big
PequeñoSmall
AltoTall
BajoShort
LargoLong
JovenYoung
ViejoOld
FelizHappy
TristeSad
DifícilDifficult
FacilEasy
AburridoBoring
EmocionadoExciting
EmbarazadaPregnant
LimpioClean
SucioDirty
LlenoFull
VacíoEmpty
NuevoNew
UsadoUsed
CalienteHot
FríoCold
CaroExpensive
BaratoCheap
DuroHard
SuaveSoft
PeligrosoDangerous
SeguroSafe
BuenoGood
MaloBad

This is just a short list of adjectives in Spanish. Any of the adjectives that end in “o” can be changed to end in “a” if you are describing a feminine thing or female person.

Note: adjectives in Spanish come after the noun. However, some adjectives like “bueno”, “malo”, and “nuevo” can be moved around and are more flexible to potentially go before the noun. For example, “good grades” is “buenas notas”.

Examples:
  • Me gusta el carro grande. (I like the big car.)
  • El niño joven tiene dientes limpios. (The young boy has clean teeth.)
  • La clase aburrida me aburra. (The boring class bores me.)


To exaggerate an adjective, for example “the really expensive car”, add –ísimo to the end of the adjective.

Examples:
  • El carro carísimo (the really expensive car)
  • Ella es segurísima. (She is really safe.)
  • El exámen facilísimo (the really easy test)



I hope the content of this page was useful to you, and that you learned some Spanish Adjectives, consonants and vowels. Try to memorize them to be able to use them in your daily conversation. Make sure to check our Learn Spanish page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.


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