25 Adjectives in Spanish equivalent to adjectives with “very”
You already know that the wealth of adjectives in Spanish is very large (immense). But perhaps you notice that, when you speak or write in this language, in the end you always use the same adjectives constantly.
Normally we add adverbs like “very”, “quite”, “a little”, etc. to report more accurately. For example: “Today after class I go home; I’m very tired . ” This information is correct and very good but; Did you know that very tired is the same as exhausted ?
In this list we offer 25 adjectives with “very” that you already know for sure and its equivalent .
We hope you learn a lot and expand your vocabulary with all these new adjectives in Spanish!
We recommend you write a small text with at least 10 adjectives with very . Then, try replacing those adjectives with their equivalent.
Finally, we want to share this post with “the 50 most used adjectives in Spanish”.
In it, you will find the explanation about the gender of adjectives. Also, we show you those who do not change gender. And finally, a great list of 50 adjectives to continue expanding your vocabulary.
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