Quantifying an adjective in Spanish

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Once we have seen adjectives already, the description becomes very easy.

We can use some adverbs to quantify the adjective; in other words, to give to the adjective a more clear idea of its expression (very, a little bit, quite). Is better we see some examples to clarify the explanation.


Adverbs that quantify an adjective:

VERY

MUY

 

 

A LITTLE BIT

UN POCO

 

 

QUITE

BASTANTE


 

First remember:

¿CÓMO ESTÁ TU MADRE?

HOW IS YOUR MOM?

  • MI MADRE ESTÁ CANSADA
  • MY MOM IS TIRED

 

Let’s use the adverbs in the sentence then:

¿CÓMO ESTÁ TU MADRE?

HOW IS YOUR MOM?


 

VERY:

  • MI MADRE ESTÁ MUY CANSADA
  • MY MOM IS VERY TIRED

 

QUITE:

  • MI MADRE ESTÁ BASTANTE CANSADA
  • MY MOM IS QUITE TIRED

 

A LITTLE BIT:

  • MI MADRE ESTÁ UN POCO CANSADA
  • MY MOM IS A LITTLE BIT TIRED
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