What adjectives are more common in Spanish?
It is the 100 most used adjectives in Spanish . With them you can improve your vocabulary and add more accurate information to your phrases when you communicate in Spanish.
Also, you can use them to express moods (joy, sadness, happiness, fear, etc.) or to give your opinion or value about something or someone. In addition, the list is translated into English and Portuguese.
Remember that in Spanish the adjectives must agree in number (singular and plural) and gender (masculine and feminine) with the noun they accompany.
– That picture is big . / Those pictures are great .
– Felipe is a little sad . / Felipe and María are a little sad .
– Tatiana is good at playing chess. / Tatiana and Pedro are good at playing chess.
Also, note that some do not vary in gender (female or male), but others do vary.
– Juan is sad . / Maria is sad .
– Juan is tired. / Maria is tired.
If you have doubts about whether an adjective is variable or invariable (in gender and number) , you can quickly consult it in Wordrefence .
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Remember that using the most used adjectives in Spanish you can communicate better in our language.
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