How to use The Size Adjectives In Spanish 8




Learn SPANISH Lesson 8 size adjectives in Spanish, Colour, Flavour, in Spanish

Dialogue

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1/ Spanish Listening Practise

¿Quién me acompaña?/¿Quién se viene conmigo?

Marina no tiene dinero encima. Tiene que sacar cuanto antes cincuenta euros para pagar las entradas al museo. Quiere visitar el museo del Prado con sus primos. ¡Ella invita!

Marina: ¿Quién me acompaña al cajero?

Vicente: Yo te acompaño, así, ¡es menos peligroso!

Marina: ¡Gracias, Vicente! Eres adorable.

Vicente: ¿Cuánto quieres sacar?

Marina: Cincuenta euros sin duda … ¿Por qué?

Vicente: Las entradas al Prado son caras.

Marina: Relativamente … ¡Pero somos muchos y el Prado es increíblemente bonito!

Vicente: Mete la tarjeta, ¿no?

Marina: Sí, y voy a poner el PIN.

Vicente: ¡No miro!

Marina: Uh… tengo un pequeño problema…

Vicente: ¿Qué pasa? Espero que nada serio.

Marina: Me he equivocado… ¡y he puesto 500 €!

Vicente: ¡Somos ricos! Jajaja

Marina: No es gracioso.

Vicente: Estoy bromeando…

1 / Practice of Spanish sentences

Who accompanies me? / Who is coming with me?

Marina does not have money on her. You have to get fifty euros as soon as possible to pay for museum tickets. She wants to visit the Prado Museum with her cousins. She invites them!

Marina: Who is coming with me to the cash dispenser?

Vicente: I will accompany you, like that, it’s less dangerous!

Marina: Thank you, Vicente! You’re adorable.

Vicente: How much do you want to get out?

Marina: Fifty euros without a doubt … Why?

Vicente: The tickets to the Prado are expensive.

Marina: Relatively … But there are many of us  but the Prado is incredibly beautiful!

Vicente: Put the card in, right?

Marina: Yes, and I’m going to put the PIN.

Vicente: I will not  look!

Marina: Uh … I have a little problem …

Vicente: What’s wrong? I hope nothing serious.

Marina: I was mistaken… and I put € 500!

Vicente: We are rich then ! Hahaha

Marina: It’s not funny.

Vicente: I’m only kidding …

Spanish Vocabulary

2/ Práctica de vocabulario

El museo

Al museo

Dinero

Primo

Cajero

Al cajero

La cantidad

Sacar dinero

No tiene dinero encima

Pagar por

Va a visitar el Prado

Ella invita

¿Quién me acompaña?

Voy contigo

Mete la tarjeta

Y voy a poner mi PIN

Yo no miro

Tengo un pequeño problema

¿Qué pasa?

Espero

Me he equivocado

He puesto 500€

Estoy bromeando

Cuanto antes

50€

Menos peligroso

Adorable

Así, de esta forma…

¿Cuánto…?

Sin duda

¿Por qué?

Caro

Relativamente

Numeroso

Increíblemente bonito

Nada serio

Rico

Gracioso

2 / Spanish Vocabulary practice

The museum

To the museum

Money

Cousin

ATM

To the cash dispenser

The amount

To take money out

She has no money on her

Pay for

You are going to visit the Prado

She invites

Who will accompany me?

I’ll come with you

Put in the card

And I’m going to put my PIN

I will not look

I have a small problem

What happened?

I hope

I have made a mistake

I have put € 500

I’m only kidding

Sooner

€ 50

Less dangerous

Lovely

So, in this way …

How much…?

Definitely

Why?

Expensive

Relatively

Numerous

Incredibly beautiful

Nothing serious

rich

Funny

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3/ Gramática:

Los adjetivos pueden indicar:

TAMAÑOGrande, pequeñoPelota grande
Alto, bajo, grueso, delgadoNiña alta y delgada
FORMARedonda, cuadradaMesa redonda
COLORAmarillo, rojo, azul, verdeCoche rojo
TEMPERATURAFrío, calienteSopa caliente
SABORDulce, salado, ácidoSopa salada

Las reglas sobre la distinción entre masculino y femenino en los adjetivos son las mismas para las profesiones y las nacionalidades, que estudiamos en la lección anterior. De hecho, las nacionalidades son un tipo de adjetivo. Tienes que observar los finales:

MASCULINO
FEMININO
EJEMPLOS
-O-ABLANCO / BLANCA
-OR-ORADESTRUCTOR/DESTRUCTORA
-ÓN-ONADORMILÓN / DORMILONA
-L-LAZUL / AZUL

GENIAL / GENIAL

-Z-ZFELIZ / FELIZ
– E-EGRANDE / GRANDE

ALEGRE / ALEGRE

En el caso de los colores, encontrarás que algunos de ellos son iguales en masculino y femenino:

MASCULINO
FEMININO
ROSAROSA
VIOLETAVIOLETA
MARRÓNMARRÓN
GRISGRIS
NARANJANARANJA

3 / Spanish Grammar:

size adjectives in Spanish

We will explain size adjectives in Spanish and of course other characteristics such as shape, color etc…

Adjectives can indicate:

SIZEBig smallBig ball
High, low, thick, thinTall and thin girl
SHAPERound, squareRound table
COLORYellow, red, blue, greenRed car
TEMPERATURECold, hotHot soup
FLAVORSweet, salty, acidSalty soup

The rules on the distinction between masculine and feminine in adjectives are the same for professions and nationalities, which we studied in the previous lesson. In fact, nationalities are a type of adjective. You have to observe the endings:

MALE
FEMININE
EXAMPLES
-OR-TOWHITE WHITE
-OR-ORADESTRUCTOR / DESTRUCTOR
-ON-ONDORMILON / DORMILONA
-L-LBLUE BLUE

BRILLIANT BRILLIANT

-Z-ZHAPPY HAPPY
– E-ANDBIG BIG

ALEGRE / ALEGRE

In the case of colors, you will find that some of them are equal in male and female:

MALE
FEMININE
PINKPINK
VIOLETVIOLET
BROWNBROWN
GRAYGRAY
ORANGEORANGE

i hope  the size adjectives in Spanish as well as other examples were clear enough to be used well.

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4/ Preguntas y respuestas

1- ¿Cuánto dinero tiene que sacar Marina ?
Marina tiene que sacar cincuenta euros.

2- ¿Qué quiere visitar?
Quiere visitar el museo del Prado con sus primos.

3- ¿Quién acompaña Marina al cajero?
Vicente acompaña Marina al cajero.

4- ¿Las entradas al Prado son caras?
Sí, las entradas al Prado son caras.

5-  ¿Marina tiene un pequeño problema?
Sí, ha sacado 500€ en lugar de 50.

4 / Questions and answers

1- How much money does Marina have to make?
Marina has to get fifty euros.

2- What do you want to visit?
He wants to visit the Prado Museum with his cousins.

3- Who accompanies Marina to the cashier?
Vicente accompanies Marina to the cashier.

4- Are the tickets to the Prado expensive?
Yes, the tickets to the Prado are expensive.

5- Does Marina have a small problem?
Yes, he has taken € 500 instead of € 50.

Spanish Exercises Lesson 8

Below, you have 3 types of tests of the online Spanish course:

  1. A comprehension exercise in which you have to select the right options.
  2. An exercise of  vocabulary practice in which you have to drag and drop the word you have chosen from the list and paste it in the right place.
  3. Grammar exercise in which you have to fill in the empty boxes with the correct answers.

Spanish Comprehension Exercises

 

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