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Cansado: tired (cansado/cansada/cansados/cansadas) Enfermo: sick (enfermo/enferma/enfermos/enfermas) Limpio: clean (limpio/limpia/limpios/limpias) Sucio: dirty (sucio/sucia/sucios/sucias) Regular: regular/ordinary (regular/regular/regulares/regulares) Abierto: open 아비에르토 (abierto/abierta/abiertos/abiertas) Disponible: available 디스포니블레 (disponible/disponible/disponibles/disponibles)

Un trabajador cansado: a tired worker Estoy enfermo: i am sick Las ventanas están abiertas: the windows are open La camisa están limpia: the shirt is clean Yo no estoy disponible: i am not available Mi ropa esta sucia: my clothing is dirty Soy una estudiante regular: i am a regular student Tengo una gata enferma: i have an ill cat Es un periódico regular: it is a regular newspaper

Perdido: lost/stray/wasted (perdido/perdida/perdidos/perdidas)
Especial: special (especial/especial/especiales/especiales)
Interesante: interesting 인테레산테 (interesante/interesante/interesantes/interesantes)
Universal: universal (universal/universal/universales/universales)
Máximo: maximum (máximo/máxima/máximos/máximas)
Amplio: spacious/broad/wide (amplio/amplia/amplios/amplias)
Intelectual: intellectual (intelectual/intelectual/intelectuales/intelectuales)
Estoy perdido: i am lost
¿Cuál es la distancia máxima?: what is the maximum distance?
¿Tienes un aparato especial?: do you have a special apparatus?
Mi familia es interesante: my family is interesting
No es universal: it is not universal
Este jardin es amplio: this garden is spacious
Me gustan los hombres intellectuales: i like intellectual men
Muy interesante: pretty interesting
Numeroso: numerous 누메로소 (numeroso/numerosa/numerosos/numerosas)
Extraño: strange/odd/miss/foreign (extraño/extraña/extraños/extrañas)
Independiente: independent 인데펜디엔테 (independiente/independiente/independientes/independientes)
Múltiple: multiple 물티쁠레 (múltiple/múltiple/múltiples/múltiples)
Común: common (común/común/comunes/comunes)
Ideal: ideal 이데알 (ideal/ideal/ideales/ideales)
Moderno: modern (moderno/moderna/modernos/modernas)
Él escribe múltiples libros: he writes multiple books
Estos vestidos son communes: these dresses are common
Tu casa es muy moderna: your house is very modern
Ella es mi mujer ideal: she is my ideal woman
Ella tiene numerosos sombreros: she has many hats
Eres una madre moderna: you are a modern mother
Superior: superior 수뻬리올 (superior/superior/superiores/superiores)
Lógico: logical 로히꼬 (lógico/lógica/lógicos/lógicas)
Mundial: global/world (mundial/mundial/mundiales/mundiales)
Nacional: national (nacional/nacional/nacionales/nacionales)
Industrial: industrial 인두스뜨리알 (industrial/industrial/industriales/industriales)
Excelente: excellent (excelente/excelente/excelentes/excelentes)
Verdadero: real/true 베르다데로 (verdadero/verdadera/verdaderos/verdaderas)
Es una excelente pareja: it is an excellent couple
Es un periódico nacional: it is a national newspaper
Esta ciudad es industrial: this city is industrial
La población mundial: the world population
Ella es su verdadera madre: she is his real mother
Ella se siente superior a él: she feels superior to him
Fuimos a un hotel excelente: we went to a excellent hotel
La cocina industrial: the industrial kitchen
Original: original 오리히날 (original/original/originales/originales)
Profundo: profound/deep/intense (profundo/profunda/profundos/profundas)
Adecuado: adequate/right 아데꾸아도 (adecuado/adecuada/adecuados/adecuadas)
Oscuro: dark (oscuro/oscura/oscuros/oscuras)
Mal: sick/bad (mal/mal/males/males)
Puro: pure 뿌로 (puro/pura/puros/puras)
Infantil: childish (infantil/infantil/infantiles/infantiles)
Es totalmente infantil: it is totally childish
Es azúcar pura: it is pure sugar
Este menú no es adecuado: this menu is not adequate
Es muy original: it is very original
Ella está mal: she is sick
Probable: probable/likely (probable/probable/probables/probables)
Similar: similar (similar/similar/similares/similares)
Dulce: sweet/kind (dulce/dulce/dulces/dulces)
Antiguo: ancient/old (antiguo/antigua/antiguos/antiguas)
Loco: crazy/insane/nuts (loco/loca/locos/locas)
Consciente: conscious/aware (consciente/consicente/consicentes/conscientes)
Eléctrico: electric (eléctrico/eléctrica/eléctricos/eléctricas)
Son palabras similares: they are similar words
Ella es una chica dulce: she is a sweet girl
Estás loco: you are crazy
Muchos libros antiguos: a lot of ancient books
Estoy consciente: i am conscious
El tren es eléctrico: the train is electric
Esta manzana es dulces: this apple is sweet
Eficaz: effective (eficaz/eficaz/eficaces/eficaces)
Famoso: famous (famoso/famosa/famosos/famosas)
Particular: particular 빠르띠꾸랄 (particular/particular/particulares/particulares)
Clásico: classic (clásico/clásica/clásicos/clásicas)
Conveniente: convenient (conveniente/conveniente/convenientes/convenientes)
Terrible: terrible 테리블레 (terrible/terrible/terribles/terribles)
Inmediato: immediate (inmediato/inmediata/inmediatos/inmediatas)
Soy muy particular: i am very particular
Es un reloj clásico: it is a classic watch
Mi papá es famoso: my father is famous
La comida es terrible: the food is terrible
Simple, pero eficaz: simple, but effective
Sin familia inmediata: without immediate family
Revolucionario: revolutionary 레볼루시오나리오 (revolucionario/revolucionaria/revolucionarios/revolucionarias)
Brillante: brilliant/bright 브리얀떼 (brillante/brillante/brillantes/brillantes)
Negativo: negative 네가띠보 (negativo/negativa/negativos/negativas)
Escaso: scarce/limited (escaso/escasa/escasos/escasas)
Elevado: high/elevated (elevado/elevada/elevados/elevadas)
Pendiente: pending/sloping (pendiente/pendiente/pendientes/pendientes)
Previo: previous (previo/previa/previos/previas)
Ellos son gente negativa: they are negative people
La fruta está escasa: fruit is scarce
Eres absolutamente brillante: you are absolutely brilliant
Tenemos una cita pendiente: we have a pending date
Estoy en terreno elevado: i am in high terrain
Tengo una cita previa: i have a previous appoimtment
Actualmente eres brillante: currently you are brilliant
Un numero elevado de personas: a large number of people
Mínimo: minimum (minimo/minima/minimos/minimas)
Difícil: difficult (dificil/dificil/dificiles/dificiles)
Vivo: living (vivo/viva/vivos/vivas)
Perfecto: perfect (perfecto/perfecta/perfectos/perfectas)
Básico: basic 바시꼬 (básico/básica/básicos/básicas)
Privado: private (privado/privada/privados/privadas)
Ácido: sharp/acidic/sour/tart 아씨도 (ácido/ácida/ácidos/ácidas)
Es una tortuga viva: it is a living turtle
El edificio es perfecto: the building is perfect
Esto es básico: this is basic
Es una fiesta privada: it is a private party
Este jugo es ácido: this juice is sour
No es la distancia mínima: it is not minimum distance
No somos difíciles: we are not difficult
¿Cuál es la distancia mínima?: what is the minimum distance?
Formal: formal (formal/formal/formales/formales)
Sencillo: simple/straightforward/single 센씨요 (sencillo/sencilla/sencillos/sencillas)
Femenino: femenine/female (femenino/femenina/femeninos/femeninas)
Presente: present (presente/presente/presentes/presentes)
Débil: weak/lame/faint/feeble (débil/débil/débiles/débiles)
Legal: legal (legal/legal/legales/legales)
Tranquilo: tranquil/quiet/calm 뜨란낄로 (tranquilo/tranquila/tranquilos/tranquilas)
Libre: free 리브레 (libre/libre/libres/libres)
Igual: same 이구알 (igual/igual/iguales/iguales)
Hoy estoy libre: i am free today
Él no es femenino: he is not feminine
Es un lugar tranquilo: it is a calm place
Es muy sencillo: it is very simple
Este pantalón es muy formal: this pant is very formal
El niño está débil: the boy is weak
Tú y yo somos iguales: you and i are same
Estad armad son legales: these weapons are legal
No tienes que ser tan formal: you don't have to be so formal
Tus padres están presentes: your parents are present
Short form adjectives
bueno buen good
malo mal bad
alguno algún some
ninguno ningún no, none
postrero postrer final, last
santo san saint
uno un one
primero primer first
tercero tercer third
grande gran big
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