An introduction to adjectives. Learn a few Spanish adjectives, and how to describe things.
Rob: Spanish Obsessed, Spanish from scratch, episode number ten. Hola Lis, ¿que tal?
Lis: Hola Rob, ¿cómo estás?
Rob: Perfecto. Very good. Muy bien. Very good, thanks.
Lis: Bien bien
Rob: Bien bien bien. So today we’re talking about adjectives, describing things as we always learned in school. So an adjective 00:30 is a word which describes a noun. A red car, “red” is the adjective. I’m sure everybody knows about this already, but we’re covering that just in case. And one interesting way you can approach adjectives is in terms of opposites. So if you think of “big”, the opposite of “big” is…
Rob: The opposite of old is
Rob: Etc, etc, I won’t go through all of them don’t worry! 1:00 I can see how you’re looking at me! And you may find this a useful way of memorising these, in pairs – pairs of opposites, or you may not, but that’s how we’re going to present them today. So let’s look at a few adjectives in terms of opposites. So, “big” is…
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