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The adjectives agree with the noun in gender and number. If the masculine form ends in o the feminine ends in a. In most cases the rule is the adjective comes after the noun:

 

el nino pequano    the small boy

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  • ? De donde es usted? Where are you from.

    Hasta luego  see you soon or later.

    El gusta es mio. The pleasure is mine.

    Adios. Good bye.

    (The question mark is upside down on the actual proper Spanish questions and there are marks over the o in donde.) Gracias. 

  • The word usted is more polite to use than the word tu both meaning "you"

    Como esta usted is basically how are you. I know that the upside down question mark ia the proper punctuation for a question. I am using an English key stroke system.

  • Thank you Bonnie. My word come from an old Collins English- Spanish Dictionary. It of course doesn't have dialects or modern word pronunciations.

  • razonable ( ra tho na blay) adj. Reasonable, fair just, sensible.

  • cleanse = limpiar (same for clean)

  • abogodo is an attorney.

    Corredor de Biences Raices is Real Estate Agent

  • Do you know that the people of Panama appreciate that you try to learn their language. They are eager to help as we ask questions and express our desire to communicate in their language. I just hope you will stay encouraged. Todays word is amenizar (ah-may-nee-thar') means to render pleasant or agreeable, to add a pleasant variety to.

  • 'a donde esta la casa de PePe?'

  • Hi, I just joined the group. This is helpful..

    In addition to the phrases, could you also try to do phonetic spelling?

    Thank you..

  • Maybe three or four different people could conjugate the word of the day if it's a verb, or demonstrate the various uses of the word or phrase if it's not.

    Here is the PAST tense of 'Decir', which I think is called the Past Preterit tense. We probably use Past and Future tenses in day to day conversation more often than the Present tense.

    Yo dije - I said

    Tu dijiste - You said (personal)

    Usted, El, Ella, dijo - You, He, She, or It said.

    Nostros dijimos - We said

    Ustedes, Ellos, Ellas dijeron - You (pl.) or They said.

    Anybody care to do PRESENT or FUTURE tense?

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