Spanish Adjectives & Adverbs

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Singular or Plural: Making Spanish Adjectives Agree

Spanish adjectives must agree in gender and number with the nouns they describe so that they can accurately and precisely describe the noun or pronoun in question. What does “agree” mean exactly? When [more…]

Knowing Where to Put Adjectives in Spanish Sentences

Placing adjectives in the right spot can be tricky in Spanish because different types of adjectives are positioned differently in a sentence. To help solve the mystery of Spanish adjectives, follow these [more…]

Tricky Situations: Spanish Adjectives versus Spanish Adverbs

The question of when to use certain Spanish adjectives and Spanish adverbs can lead to some tricky situations. So just how can you know when to use an adverb versus an adjective? By knowing what to watch [more…]

Using Demonstrative Adjectives in Spanish Sentences

Dropping demonstrative adjectives into your Spanish vocabulary will help you express exactly what or whom you’re seeking. But first, you need to understand what demonstrative adjectives stand for and how [more…]

Getting to Know Spanish Possessive Adjectives

Using Spanish possessive adjectives is just one of the ways you can stake your claim on everything from loved ones to last night’s tuna casserole. Placing a Spanish possessive adjective before the noun [more…]

Quickly Understanding Spanish Adverbs

Adding adverbs to your Spanish vocabulary can help your audience better understand how or to what degree or intensity an action is being performed. Spanish has a few different ways to express adverbs: [more…]

Using the Spanish Subjunctive with Adverbs and Adjectival Clauses

Though the Spanish subjunctive mood expresses doubt, voices impersonal opinions, and sets up conditional actions, that’s not all it’s good for. You also use the subjunctive with some adjectival clauses [more…]

Positioning Spanish Adverbs Properly

Adding adverbs to your Spanish vocabulary can bring precision to your sentences — but not if you don’t know where to position them. Spanish adverbs should be used only to describe a verb, another adverb [more…]

Going Here, There, and Everywhere in Spanish

In Spanish, you can indicate here and there in two ways. Native Spanish speakers interchange here and there often, with no distinction between the two words. [more…]

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