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what are some word that describe people in spanish

  • spanish -

    There are a huge number of adjectives that can describe people, just as there are in English.

    examples: joven, viejo, rico, pobre, perezozo, agradable, gordo
    Some have word endings that depend upon gender and singular/plural

    What quality do you want to describe?

  • spanish -

    There you have examples. Be sure the adjective(s) agree in number (singular/plural) and gender (masculine/feminine) with the noun(s) modified!


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