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Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Adjetivos (Continuación...) - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Apr 27

By Evelyn Silva

Continuando con el estudio de los adjetivos, ya habíamos visto que estos concordaban con el sustantivo en género y número y que su posición en la oración estaba determinada por la clasificación del adjetivo. Hoy continuaremos estudiando y repasando aquellos adjetivos que, de acuerdo a su posición anterior o posterior al sustantivo, cambial el sentido e idea de la oración.

 

ALTO

alto ejecutivo.

(very important executive.)

hombre alto.

(tall man.)

 

ANTIGUO

un antiguo compañero de trabajo

(a former co-worker)

una casa antigua

(an old, ancient house)

 

CIERTO

una cierto libro

(certain book)

una historia cierta

(a true story)

 

CURIOSO

una curiosa novela

(an interesting, peculiar novel)

una chica curiosa

(a curious girl)

 

DIFERENTE

diferentes libros

(various books)

una historia diferente

(a different story)

 

MEDIO

media naranja

(half orange)

un hogar medio

(an average household)

 

PRÓXIMO

la próxima parada

(next, following)

una casa próxima

(a nearby, close house)

 

PURO

puro romanticismo

(sheer, absolute)

agua pura

( pure water)

 

RARO

rara vez

(rare)

  un libro raro

(an strange book)

 

SIMPLE

simple error

(mere, minimal)

 historia simple

(uncomplicated, simple-minded)

 

SOLO

solo un libro

(only, just, merely)

hombre solo

(lone, alone, isolated)

 

TRISTE

triste historia

(pathetic, pitiful)

historia triste

(sad story)

 

ÚNICO

única  tarea

(only, single)

tarea única

(unique)

 

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