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Homework Help: Spanish

Posted by Mary on Sunday, February 21, 2010 at 12:53pm.

The sentences are: "Es un profesor muy bueno y un buen padre." and "Su padre es médico y es un gran hombre." Why is bueno used in the first instance and buen in the second? And why is gran used instead of grande? The dictionary says that buen and gran are contractions, but I don't understand why the regular forms (bueno or grande) can't be used instead.

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