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This is my introduction to Spanish adjectives, which are probably the most daunting aspect of learning Spanish after conjugating verbs. As with my other lessons, this one is not aligned to a specific Spanish curriculum.
Included in this lesson are the following:
* 13 pages of explanation, including changing the form of an adjective, where to place the adjective, and how to use more than one adjective (This lesson doesn't cover exceptions to the rule, such as bueno, malo, and gran. It does, however, explain how to change the endings for adjectives that end with O, E, Z, and other consonants in their base forms.)
* 30 vocabulary words. All the words in this list are adjectives, but other words are introduced throughout the lesson. (I suggest using the words to describe hair and eyes in conjunction with a lesson on tener.)
* Three review pages, two with answer keys. One asks students to interview their classmates and write down adjectives. Another one simply asks students to determine whether the noun-adjective pair has the correct form of the adjective. The third one asks students to translate from English to Spanish.