Adjective Agreement in Spanish
First of all, an adjective is a word that describes a noun by stating a characteristic, quality, etc. about it. Adjectives in Spanish generally go after the noun, which is the opposite in English. For example: camisa roja (literally shirt red) means red shirt in English.
Spanish adjectives also have more forms, since many have to agree in gender (masculine, feminine) and number (singular, plural). Thus, adjectives that end in o can have up to four different endings (o, a, os, as), while those with other endings can only have two forms (singular and plural).
Finally, when an adjective ends in a consonant, it can only have two forms also (singular and plural). The plural form only adopts an es, jus like a noun.
First, do the activity on the right-hand side. Then, listen to this audio clip to check your answers. Finally, play it again and repeat after me to practice your pronunciation.
Directions: Write the noun and the adjective in the appropriate order. Make changes in gender and number as necessary.