The lesson says that the form doesn't change according to masculine, feminine or plurals. One answer does change, however: "demasiada ropa". Why?

Robert

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26 June 2018

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The lesson says that the form doesn't change according to masculine, feminine or plurals. One answer does change, however: "demasiada ropa". Why?

This relates to:
Using demasiado, bastante, un poco, and muy for too, quite, a bit, and very (quantitative adverbs) -

Silvia

Kwiziq language super star

26 June 2018

26/06/18

¡Hola Robert! You are right and that example is wrong in this lesson, we are fixing it now because this example belongs to "using demasiado, bastante, mucho, poco, etc. as quantitative adjectives followed by a noun, instead of an adjective or an adverb. Thanks for letting us know! Silvia

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