Usually adjectives ending in "a" can also end in "o" to differentiate gender. But here "hipócrita" is invariable. What other "a" words are like that

William

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18 August 2018

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Usually adjectives ending in "a" can also end in "o" to differentiate gender. But here "hipócrita" is invariable. What other "a" words are like that

This relates to:
Forming the plural of masculine and feminine adjectives ending in -e and -a -

Silvia

Kwiziq language super star

18 August 2018

18/08/18

¡Hola William! You can find here more examples of invariable adjectives ending by -e and -a:

https://spanish.kwiziq.com/studylists/view/709332

Silvia.

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