Placement, number and gender of adjectives
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PLACEMENT, NUMBER AND GENDER OF ADJECTIVES
- The adjectives follow the nouns with same gender and number.
But they can also precede the nouns in order to reinforce the effect of the adjective.
In that case "bueno" (good) and "malo" (bad) loose the "-o" and "grande" looses the ending "-de".
- MUCHO (much), POCO (little) and OTRO (other) always precede the noun.
b) The number
(Follows same rules as for the nouns).
- To form the plural, the adjective takes an S if it finishes on a non-stressed vowel.
- The adjective takes "ES" if it ends with a consonant or a stressed "í"
c) The gender
- Adjectives ending with an "O" changes it on "A" to make the feminine.
- Other adjectives never change: