Slow Spanish Dialogues - Colors  

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Dialogue 1

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 end in 'a' to agree with feminine nouns or 'o' to agree with masculine nouns. If they end with e it remains the same. If they end with a consonant, such as 'azul', it doesn't change. To pluralize a color that ends in a vowel, simply add an 's'. If the color ends in a consonant, add 'es'.

Una mamá jugando con su hijo pequeño…

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Mamá: Mi amor, vamos a practicar los colores.
My love, we are going to practice colors.

Niño: Sí, ¡el naranja es mi favorito!
Yes, orange is my favorite!

Mamá: ¿Qué color es el cielo?
What color is the sky?

Niño: Es azul como el mar.
It is blue like the ocean.

Mamá: ¡Bien! ¿Y estos bananos?
Good! And these bananas?

Niño: Amarillos como el sol.
Yellow like the sun.

Mamá: ¿Y estos limones?
And these limes?

Niño: Verdes como los árboles.
Green like the trees.

Mamá: ¡Bien hecho! ¿Y esta manzana?
Well done! And this apple?

Niño: Roja, como tu lindo corazón.
Red, like your beautiful heart.

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