From the lesson:
>There is no gender or number agreement for the adjective or the article, we always use the singular masculine form and the neutral article "lo".
But there's a quiz question for this lesson with the correct answer "de lo más atractiva". Which is correct?
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. There are a couple of examples in this lesson that were added after the lesson was initially written and those take the feminine form. I looked into the norm again and I realised the rule changed. The conclusion is that there is flexibility in terms of agreeing in gender with the noun it is referring to; this is accepted. There is also flexibility in terms of the number, singular or plural, agreeing with the noun again. Taking this into account. the rule saying "only use the singular masculine form for the adjective" is not valid any more. I am going to adjust the lesson and questions accordingly.
Gracias y saludos
I had the same question as I just read the lo being masculine rule still, so it hasn't been fixed.
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