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You were right on the first one Is it "esta" instead of "este" because "taza" is feminine But eso is not the femenine of esa, but ese is. Eso is a pronoun not an article, you can't use it to describe the place of a something,eso is "the" something. Ex: -Échale eso a la carne. (Put that on the meat.) And for ese could be something like : -Échale ese ...


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Este and Esta are used, when referring to nearby object, depending on the gender of that object. Quien bebe de esta taza? can never be "esto" because taza is feminine (la taza). Now, when you say "These birds are not black" you are referring to birds that are near. But in your example you have to translate: Esos pajaros no son negros. which ...


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Yes. Certain adjectives like the unstressed possessives must go in front (mi, tu, su, etc). Quantity indicators also normally go in front (mucho, poco) as well as numbers, both cardinal and ordinal, and the adjectives bueno and malo. You may occasionally find them after nouns but it's less common. For other adjectives, placement in front tends to shift ...


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This depends on the function of the adjective. If it is qualifying the name (qualifier), then it must come after the name. E.g. el coche blanco means that, of all the cars, you are talking about the white one. On the other hand, if you are using the adjective to remark some characteristic (epithete), it can go after or before the noun. In your example, it ...



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