Special adjectives Posted by on Nov 20, 2008 in Spanish Grammar, Spanish Vocabulary

The following list of adjectives is special because they don’t follow the regular “-o” and “-a” endings for masculine and feminine forms, respectively; they have only one form for both genders. Check it out.

egoĆ­sta – selfish
materialista – materialistic
optimista – optimistic
pesimista – pessimistic
realista – realistic
alegre – happy
amable – kind
eficiente – efficient
elegante – elegant
excelente – excellent
grande – big
horrible – horrible
importante – important
inteligente – intelligent
interesante – interesting
pobre – poor
responsable – responsible
sociable – sociable
triste – sad
valiente – brave

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English / Spanish teacher and translator for over 20 years. I have been blogging since 2007 and I am also a professional singer in my spare time.