Beginners’ Spanish: Getting around
Beginners’ Spanish: Getting around

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Beginners’ Spanish: Getting around

4.7.2 Word clusters

Actividad 4.7

Which of the following adjectives go with the nouns below? Cross the odd one out. The first has been done for you.

Tache el intruso.

Sustantivo Adjetivo
iglesia grande • preciosa •• antigua
aeropuerto moderno • grande • feo • gótico
restaurante animado • agradable • moderno • metálico
bar enorme • antiguo • comercial • céntrico
parque blanco • grande • bonito • precioso


  • Using grammatical information in the dictionary

Headword Grammatical category A Spanish example
precioso adjetivo (adjective) ¡Es precioso!
bonito adjetivo (adjective) una casa muy bonita
un, una artículo (article) una silla
tener verbo (verb) Tengo dos hermanas.
en preposición (preposition) Viven en Granada.
muy adverbio (adverb) Mi pueblo es muy bonito.
oficina sustantivo (noun) la oficina de turismo
  • Word clusters

aeropuerto: gótico; restaurante: metálico; bar: comercial; parque: blanco.


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