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In Spanish, adjectives follow the same rules as nouns do regarding gender and number. For example: El niño contento (The happy kid) → masculine singular adjective ↓ masculine singular noun Las niñas contentas (The happy girls) → feminine plural adjective ↓ feminine plural noun General rules: Adjectives ending in -o. For the feminine form, the …
Spanish Present Perfect Tense
In Spanish, the present perfect tense -also called “pretérito perfecto compuesto”- is used to express actions that happened in a specific period of time that still continue. For example: Hoy he estudiado mucho español. (I have studied a lot of spanish today) Esta semana hemos bebido demasiada cerveza. (We have drunk too much beer this …