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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

    Ella esta estupido
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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

    What I found hardest about Spanish is that they use words like 'La' and 'El'

    Like....

    The car in English is 'El Carro' in Spanish. But then the chair is 'la silla'.....damn it that **** is confusing when I already speak Ebonics. Ya dig?
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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

    [ame=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valedictorian]Valedictorian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/ame]

    So the court nominee is a "Valedictorian"...lets see what this means...
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    I suspect chicanery here in the interest of political correctness and affirmative action..
    In other words, it stinks..

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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    I'm sorry, that's amusing.
    Be that as it may and that she is clearly wrong, I can't find that quote anywhere respectable or provable.
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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

    I think the spanish place their adjectives after the noun instead of in front....
    maybe that is what she was trying to say...
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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    I think the spanish place their adjectives after the noun instead of in front....
    maybe that is what she was trying to say...
    I could almost buy that if it weren't for the bit about nouns being described with prepositions.

    Prepositions are used to begin prepositional phrases, which may modify nouns.

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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

    ROFL

    Okay, see... here in mexico most of the tv stations are in spanish. And the ones that are in english, still have spanish subtitles and spanish commericials.

    Here's one for Knight Rider. I know it by heart because there's only a couple channels I can watch here really and Knight Rider is on one of them:

    KNIGHT RIDER!!

    22 HORAS!

    Un auto FANTASICO!!

    Mas action!
    Mas drama!
    Mas emocion!

    KNIGHT RIDER!


    Okay so, umm... fatastico? A fantastic car? Isn't that an adjective?

    Anywho... she's an idiot.

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    Re: Does the spanish language have adjectives?

    She was trying to translate a Spanish idiom, but it came out wrong.

    What she meant, in theory, by "Spanish has no adjectives" is that "there's never a better nor a worse, only an as is".


    No wait...

    She's just stupid.
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