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It depends a bit on the dialect and is rooted in the type of word that rosa or marrón or carmesí really are. If a speaker naturally says dos cosas rosa, thev they are actually using a juxtaposed noun. Nouns need not agree with other nouns, especially given there tends to be an implied phrase that's highly context sensitive that normally leaves the other ...


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In spanish the 90% of adjectives has masculine and feminine gender. If you are a male, you have to choose the second option: Yo duermo solo y como solo If you are female you have to choose the first one: Yo duermo sola y como sola This is one of the most difficult things for foreigners, choose the right gender appropriately. I'll try to give you ...



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