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  ¡Los colores son adjetivos!
         (Colors are adjectives!)

Unlike English, the colors always follow the noun they describe. They agree in gender and number when the color ends with a, o. When it ends with e or a consonant it remains the same.

tomate rojo
      red tomato

Mi camisa es naranja.
      My shirt is orange.

banano amarillo
      yellow banana

árbol verde
      green tree

Yo quiero la camisa azul.
       I want the blue shirt.

El vestido no es ni azul ni morado.
       The dress is neither blue nor purple.

El ratoncito es marrón.
      The little mouse is brown.

El perro es negro.
      The dog is black.

El gatito es gris.
      The kitten is grey.

zapato blanco
      white shoe


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