I did a search on your site to find out the above, but there were not results.
Do you have a lesson/guidelines on how to form adjectives from country names?
In the quiz there were names of countries and I couldn't tell how to form the plural adjective.
Thank you, Nicole
The adjective cordobés follows the rule as explained in the lesson:
The adjective hispalense also follows the rule as explained in this other lesson:
We have lessons on how to form the plurals of nationality adjectives ending in -s and -e, which are the most common.
Here are the lessons:
Ending in -s
Ending in -e
There is also a list with nationalities (a basic list, not comprehensive)
Thank you Inma. Nicole
Both refer to women. Not consistent
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