Adjectives give us more information about nouns and pronouns. In Spanish grammar, adjectives must agree with a noun in number and gender. We can use adjectives to describe different attributes such as size (playa grande), quality (playa rocosa), type (playa privada), relationship (política marítima, ‘relacionada con el mar’), quantity (numerosas playas), weather (marea matinal) or place (playa mediterránea).
In the following pages, you will find a series about adjectives in Spanish grammar. Just click on one of the links below see the grammar rules. In the exercises at the end of each page, you can practise using adjectives.
El payaso es divertido. Es un payaso muydivertido. Nunca había visto un payaso tandivertido.
Adjectives change depending on the number and gender of the noun or pronoun they describe. They receive a different ending depending on whether they describe a male or female noun in the singular or plural.