Colors are adjectives! They describe nouns, so they usually agree in number and gender with this nouns. Colors that end with vowels a, o will often end in 'a' to agree with feminine nouns or 'o' to agree with masculine nouns.
Yo prefiero el arroz blanco. - I prefer white rice. El perro es negro. - The dog is black.
If the color ends with e it remains the same.
Está en la caja café. - It is in the brown box.
If the color ends with a consonant', it doesn't change.
Yo quiero la camisa azul. - I want the blue shirt.
To pluralize a color that ends in a vowel, simply add an 's'.
Tú pediste zapatos negros - You asked for black shoes.
If the color ends in a consonant, add 'es'.
María tenía los ojos azules. - María had blue eyes.
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