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Adjectives. Grammar. Rules. Adjectives agree in gender and number with the nouns that they describe. 2. Adjectives for certain colors ( arancione , beige , blu , rosa , viola ) are invariable, that is, they never change their endings. For example: Una giacca blu . Due bandiere rosa .

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adjectives

Adjectives

Grammar

rules
Rules
  • Adjectives agree in gender and number with the nouns that they describe.
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2. Adjectives for certain colors (arancione, beige, blu, rosa, viola) are invariable, that is, they never change their endings.
  • For example:
  • Unagiaccablu.
  • Due bandiererosa.
  • Due T-shirt beige.
  • Un quaderno viola.
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More rules
  • Adjectives that end in –eonly show number, not gender.
  • This is why the endings of the adjectives don’t always match the endings of the nouns.
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Rules (cont.)
  • Adjectives usually follow the noun.
  • For example,
  • Il bambinobello
  • However, there are several adjectives that always come before the noun and omit the definite article.
for example
For example:
  • moltocaffè
  • pococaffè
  • Questo(this) indicates people or things that are near you.
  • Also, quest’ is commonly used before singular nouns that begin with a vowel.
  • Quest’amicaQuest’esame
rules cont 2
Rules (Cont. 2)
  • Use quello(that) for items that are far away.
  • Quello follows the pattern of definite article learned in the previous chapter.
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