Niebla is a noun. Nublado is an adjective.

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Niebla is a noun. Nublado is an adjective.

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InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola C

Can you be more specific please? I can't see any error. In Spanish the word "niebla" is a noun and the word "nublado" is an adjective. 

The sentence might change in English, for example:

It is foggy. (foggy is an adjective in English) but

Hay niebla. (niebla is a noun in Spanish (literally "fog", not foggy)

The way we express this sentence in English and Spanish are different. We, in Spanish, literally say "There is fog" (Hay = there is, niebla= fog) but you say this same thing with "It's foggy".  

Is this what is confusing you?

Saludos

Inma

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Ignore this. It has been addressed.

How is there an error?

"Bear in mind that hay will be followed by a noun (a noun in Spanish)"

Niebla is a noun. Nublado is an adjective.

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