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Regular vs Irregular Adjectives in Spanish

DavidA1Kwiziq community member

Regular vs Irregular Adjectives in Spanish

Hello,

I am trying to get an overview of Spanish adjectives.

Am I correct to assume that adjectives that end in -o or -a are regular and everything else is irregular?

This would mean that the following are irregular:


- masculine adjectives that end in -a or -e
- adjectives that end in -z or -l

- adjectives that end in -án, ón, -or

- adjectives that end in -ar

Is this correct?

Are there also other adjectives groups/endings?


Asked 7 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola David

Yes, that's right. When we talk about regular adjectives (and nouns) we are talking about endings -o and -a (for masculine and feminine) - anything that is different to that would be considered an irregular adjective. 

I don't think you're leaving anything behind, but you may also want to have a look at adjectives for nationalities. You will find those lessons under this article for "adjective". If you scroll down you will see all lessons related to adjective and will find those that are to do with nationality (have a look at the titles)

Saludos

Inma

Regular vs Irregular Adjectives in Spanish

Hello,

I am trying to get an overview of Spanish adjectives.

Am I correct to assume that adjectives that end in -o or -a are regular and everything else is irregular?

This would mean that the following are irregular:


- masculine adjectives that end in -a or -e
- adjectives that end in -z or -l

- adjectives that end in -án, ón, -or

- adjectives that end in -ar

Is this correct?

Are there also other adjectives groups/endings?


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