Rosa with plural noun?

Ron A2Kwiziq community member

Rosa with plural noun?

Wouldn't "rosas" be the correct form of the adjective to go with "lámparas"?

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Ron

Certain colours accept both the singular form and the plural form with plural nouns. If you have a look at the table in the lesson, those colours that reference a fruit (e.g. naranja) or a flower (e.g. rosa) admit both forms. 

You can then say lámparas rosa or lámparas rosas.

Saludos

Inma

Rosa with plural noun?

Wouldn't "rosas" be the correct form of the adjective to go with "lámparas"?

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