Exclamatory sentence in Spanish for What a [adjective + noun]
To form a exclamatory sentence in Spanish meaning What a [adjective + noun] we use:
Have a look and listen to the following examples:
You can use either más or tan; the meaning is the same.
Notice that qué and más/tan are invariable. This structure can be used with masculine, feminine, singular and plural nouns. Remember there must be agreement between the noun and adjective.
¡Qué pasteles más ricos!
¡Qué verduras más frescas!
Note that there is no article after qué in Spanish, unlike in English:
What a nice day!
¡Qué un día más/tan bueno!
Also remember that this qué always takes the written accent [´]
See also Forming Spanish exclamatory sentences with qué [noun] or qué [adjective]
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