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25 Common Spanish Adjectives to Express Your Feelings Confidently

In today’s Spanish class, we will learn 25 of the most useful and common Spanish adjectives. These are words you will be able to use in everyday life.

Language: SpanishTopic: Spanish AdjectivesSkill Level: BeginnersIn today’s Spanish class, we will learn 25 of the most useful and common Spanish adjectives. These are words you will be able to use in everyday life. We have even provided common examples for you! These Spanish adjectives are the kinds of words we hardly pay attention to anymore because we use them so regularly in our conversations.But before we go over these adjectives, we should first understand the benefits of learning them.

Why learn common Spanish adjectives?

First off, did you know that there are many similar Spanish adjectives to English? This shouldn't be the main reason to inspire you to learn adjectives in Spanish though.The true benefit of Spanish adjectives is giving you the tools to express your emotions in this beautiful language. It adds descriptiveness, variety, and illustration to your expressions, and it makes everything easier for you.Reviewing them and making sure you know them by heart will make speaking in Spanish a lot easier and more fluent for you.

How do you use Spanish adjectives properly?

The most important point to keep in mind is that Spanish adjectives go after the noun, instead of before like English.For example: instead of saying "she has beautiful blue eyes,” you say the equivalent of “she has eyes blue beautiful”—“tiene unos ojos azules preciosos.” Yes, it feels a little unnatural at first if you're a beginner. But with a little bit of practice, this ordering will come natural to you.Also remember that adjectives in Spanish can be masculine, feminine, singular, and plural. When you keep these two important factors in mind, you're good to start learning the most common Spanish adjectives!

25 Most Common Spanish Adjectives

Now let's go over the most common Spanish adjectives you can incorporate into your everyday conversations.1. fácil = easyLavar los platos es fácil = Washing the dishes is easy.Hablar español es fácil = Speaking Spanish is easy.2. difícil = difficultRecordar la letra de las canciones es difícil= Remembering the lyrics of songs is difficult.3. grande = largeEl patio de su casa es muy grande. = The patio of his home is very big.Él comió una hamburgesa muy grande de un bocado. = He ate a big hamburger in one bite.4. peqeño = smallEste plato es muy peqeño para mi. = This dish is too small for me.Estos pantalones me quedan pequeños. = These pants are too small for me.5. Joven = youngTodos dicen que mi madre parece muy joven. = Everybody says that my mother looks very young.Me gustaría ser joven eternamente. = I want to be young forever.6. viejo = oldEsta ropa es muy vieja. = These clothes are very old.Él parece mucho más viejo porque fuma demasiado. = He looks much older because he smokes a lot.7. nuevo = newEste reloj es nuevo. = This watch is new.8. bueno = good Esta comida está muy buena = This food is very goodEl tiempo no es muy buena hoy = The weather is not very good today9. malo = badLa bruja en ese cuento es muy mala = The witch in that tale is very bad¿Piensas que hay gente buena y mala? = Do you think there are good and bad people?Este estofado está muy malo = This stew is very bad10. poco = a little bitQuiero un poco de eso, por favor = I would like a bit of this, please.Comes demasiado poco = You eat too little.11. mucho = a lot ofCocinaste mucho comida = You cooked a lot of foodMe gustaria tener mucho tiempo = I would like to have a lot of time.Te quiero mucho = I like you a lot.12. claro = clearEs muy claro lo que signífica= It’s very clear what this means¿Está todo claro? = Everything clear?13. oscuro = darkcome to the dark side = ven al lado oscuro14. importante = importantMis amigos son muy importantes para mi= Friends are very important to me15. libre = freeEste asiento está libre = This seat is freeQuiero ser libre como un pájaro = I want to be free as a bird16. alto = high Este edificio es muy alto = This building is very highEl precio está muy alto = the price is very high17. bajo = lowEl techo es muy bajo = the ceiling is very low18. lejos = far Mi casa está muy lejos de aquí = My house is very far from here19. cerca = closeHay un supermercado cerca de mi casa = There’s a supermarket close to my house20. interesante = interestingLearning about other cultures in interesting = Aprender de otras culturas es muy interesante21. aburrido = boringMy profesora de ingles era muy aburrida = My English teacher used to be very boringLimpiar es muy aburrida = Cleaning is very boring22. largo = longMe gusta las faltas largas = I like long skirts23. corto = shortEsta redacción es muy corta = This composition is very short24. limpio = clean Mi habitación nunca está limpia según mi madre = My room is never clean according to my mother25. sucio = dirtyMi pelo está muy sucio = My hair is very dirtyYou've made it to the end!That’s all of the 25 Spanish adjectives, hopefully the funny examples will help you never forget them again!

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