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Learn Spanish: Plural Nouns & Adjectives

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Spanish Pronunciation
Spanish Gender and Articles
Spanish Subject Pronouns
Spanish Verb Ser
Spanish Plural Nouns and Adjectives
Calendar in Spanish
Spanish Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers
Spanish Prepositions
Telling Time in Spanish
Spanish Verb Hay
Spanish Verbs Present Tense

Spanish Verb Ir
Spanish Verb Tener

Spanish Verb Estar
Ser
vs. Estar

Spanish Possessive Adjectives
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Spanish Stem-Changing Verbs
Spanish Prepositions Por vs. Para
Spanish Demonstratives
Spanish Direct Object Pronouns
Spanish Indirect Object Pronoun
Direct + Indirect Object Pronouns
Spanish Verb Gustar
Weather in Spanish
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Spanish Verb Acabar
Spanish Verb Volver
Spanish Past Tense - Pretérito
Spanish Informal Commands
Spanish Plural Familiar Commands
Spanish Nosotros Commands (coming soon)

Spanish Past Tense - Imperfecto
Preterit vs. Imperfect
Spanish Past Participles
Spanish Present Perfect Tense
Spanish Past Perfect Tense
Spanish Formal Commands
Spanish Subjunctive Mood
Spanish Future Tense
Spanish Conditional Tense

 

 

 

Formation of Plural nouns and adjectives

 

Learn Spanish: Forming Spanish Plural Nouns and Adjectives

In this learn Spanish grammar lesson, the focus is on making Spanish nouns and adjectives plurarl. In Spanish, to form a plural of a noun or an adjective, add s to a noun or adjective ending in a vowel.

Amiga + s = amigas Romantica + s = románticas
Amigo + s = amigos Romantico + s = románticos

Add es to a noun or adjective ending in a consonant

universidad + es = universidades liberal + es = liberals

In Spanish, to form the feminine form of nouns/adjectives ending in or/dor add an a.

doctor doctor + a = doctora
trabajador  trabajodor + a = trabajadora


Adjective agreement

In Spanish, the article, noun and adjective all must be in agreement.

La profesora trabajadora (article, noun and adjective are feminine and singular)
Las profesoras trabajadoras (feminine and plural)
El libro rojo (article, noun and adjective masculine and singular)
Los libros rojos (masculine and plural)