Usually adjectives ending in "a" can also end in "o" to differentiate gender. But here "hipócrita" is invariable. What other "a" words are like that

Usually adjectives ending in "a" can also end in "o" to differentiate gender. But here "hipócrita" is invariable. What other "a" words are like that

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SilviaKwiziq language super star

¡Hola William! You can find here more examples of invariable adjectives ending by -e and -a:

https://progress.lawlessspanish.com/studylists/view/709332

Silvia.

Usually adjectives ending in "a" can also end in "o" to differentiate gender. But here "hipócrita" is invariable. What other "a" words are like that

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