Frase Idiomatico #12
 Video de Gramatica
 Cornell Notes- Adjetivos
 Avancemos pg. 72-73 Activiades 14,15
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An adjective
describes a person,
place, or thing.
ex: The scholar is
smart!
An adjective describes a person, place or thing.
ex: The boy is a good dancer!
El joven es un bailador bueno.
ex: The kitty is cute.
La gatita es linda.
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Alto (a) = tall
Bajo(a) = short
Viejo = old
Joven = young
Delgado (a) = thin
Gordo (a) = fat
Flaco(a) = thin
Bonita(o) = pretty
Guapo(a)
=handsome
Rubio (a) = blond
Moreno (a )= dark
complexion,slang for a
black person
el pelo = hair
el pelo corto = short
hair
el pelo largo = long hair
rizado = curly
lacio =
straight
barba = beard
bigote = moustache
Los colores?
La mujer en rosada es
alta, es fea, es trigueño.
La mujer en rosada tiene
pelo marrón y ojos cafes.
La mujer en blanca es
_____, _______, ______.
La mujer en blanca tiene.
____, ______, _________.
El muchacho en
blanco tiene pelo
negro y ojos negros.
El muchacho en
blanco es un
moreno, y es
guapo.
Los muchachos
tienen ________,
________, ________.
When describing a person, place or
thing in Spanish, the verb “ser = to be” is
used. The forms of “ser”
are:
Yo Soy
Nosotros
Somos
Tú Eres
Vosotros Sois
él/ella/usted Es Ellos/Ellas/ustedes Son
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Use the verb "tener" instead of "ser" The verb
"tener" is conjugated the following
way:
Yo
Tengo
Nosotros Tenemos
Tú Tienes
Vosotros
Teneís
él, ella, ud. Tiene ellos, ellas, uds. Tienen
Samples:
 Miguel es mediano y tiene el pelo
negro = Miguel is average size and has black hair.
 Paula y Ana tienen el pelo lacio y
rubio = Paula and Ana have straight, blonde hair.
Paco es alto y delgado.
2. La mujer es vieja.
3. La muchacha es baja y bonita.
4. Jaylon Taylor tiene pelo rizado.
5. Elizabeth tiene pelo lisa.
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Adjective agreement with article of clothing. This is
one of the hardest concepts for beginning Spanish
students to grasp and causes many to have
headaches. You cannot mix the gender of the nouns
with the gender and number of the adjectives. In
Spanish, everything is masculine or feminine, singular
or plural.
Incorrect:
› El hombre lleva una camisa rojo y una gorra blanco.
Correct :
› El hombre lleva una camisa roja y una gorra blanca.
 Just by paying attention to the noun (camisa and gorra)
you will be able to use the adjectives in the correct way.
I said earlier that adjectives show number as well as
gender. We have already seen how adjectives agree
in gender with the noun, now let's look at number.
Ex. 1: A la tienda, ella compra dos camisas
anaranjadas, tres blusas verdes, y zapatos
negros.
(At the store, she buys two orange shirts, three green
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blouses, and black tennis shoes.)
 Notice how all of the adjectives are made plural because
the noun modified is plural as well. )
Ex. 2: Tengo dos libros azules y cuatro cuadernos
morados.
(I have two blue books and four purple notebooks.)
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Ex. 3: Mi amigo tiene camisas, libros y
computadoras blancos.
My friend has white shirts, books and computers
› Explanation: Remember in class when we
discussed ellos as being all male or a male amid
females? The same concept applies to example
three above. Although both camisas and
computadoras are feminine, adding the word
libros makes the entire group needing a
masculine adjective. Since there is more than
one object, we must use the plural adjective
form.
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Write 2 sentences
describing the picture to
the left. Use 4 adjectives, 2
in each sentence.
› Ex: The man is wearing
a black suit with a tall
top hat.
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Write 3 sentences
describing the picture to
the left. Use one adjective
in each sentence.
› The couple is dancing
elegantly.
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