Just add s


Kwiziq community member

9 December 2017

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Just add s

Would it be simpler to say that the plural just adds 's' to the regular masculine or feminine forms??

This question relates to:
Spanish lesson "Forming regular plural masculine and feminine adjectives"


Kwiziq language super star

9 December 2017


Hola Nick, I see what you mean, but the reason the -os and -as endings are in the lesson is to differentiate them from the other possible plural ending -es that is seen later on for irregular adjectives. But yes, another way to explain the regular plurals is adding an -s to their regular -o and -a singular endings. Gracias.

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