Regular adjectives in Spanish are those that follow this rule to form their singular
ending -o for masculine
ending -a for feminine
Have a look and listen to these examples:
El hombre alto.The tall man.
La mujer alta.The tall lady.
Notice how the endings are different on each phrase, as the first one is refering to a man (hombre
) and the second one is refering to a woman (mujer
Here are more examples:
El gato pequeño es bonito.The little cat is cute.
Tengo una amiga simpática.I have a friendly friend.
Este cuadro es precioso.This picture is beautiful.
La ciudad es moderna.The city is modern.
See also Forming regular plural masculine and feminine adjectives
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