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Old February 15, 2010, 07:42 PM
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Las palabras que deben estar de acuerdo con los nombres

Hola ¿qué son las partes de la oración que deben estar de acuerdo con los nombres en número y género?

1. Sé que los adjetivos , pero es fácil

2. y los artículos como la, el , los , las.

3. Pero hay palabras como "muchos / muchas" y "demasiado / demasiada" que están de acuerdo con el nombre.
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Articles, adjectives, and particles agree with the nouns.
Los artículos, los adjetivos, y los participios deben concordar en número y género con los sustantivos.
The items you listed in number 3 are both adjectives and adverbs. When they're used as adverbs, they don't agree.

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Articles, adjectives, and particles agree with the nouns.
Los artículos, los adjetivos, y los participios deben concordar en número y género con los sustantivos.
The items you listed in number 3 are both adjectives and adverbs. When they're used as adverbs, they don't agree.
Muchísimas gracias Rusty, ¿me puedes dar un ejemplo de eso porque a veces me pregunto si debo usarlo así? (mucho como un adverbio)


Gracias por adelantado !!
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mucho (adv)
lluvió mucho = it rained a lot
gritaron mucho los niños = the children yelled a lot

mucho (adj)
mucha gente se ahogó por la mucha lluvia que cayó
= many people drowned because of the hard rain that fell
muchos de los niños gritaron
= many of the children yelled

demasiado (adv)
llevaron demasiado al picnic = they took too much to the picnic

demasiado (adj)
había demasiada gente en el parque = there were too many people at the park
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mucho (adv)
lluvió mucho = it rained a lot
gritaron mucho los niños = the children yelled a lot

mucho (adj)
mucha gente se ahogó por la mucha lluvia que cayó
= many people drowned because of the hard rain that fell
muchos de los niños gritaron
= many of the children yelled

demasiado (adv)
llevaron demasiado al picnic = they took too much to the picnic

demasiado (adj)
había demasiada gente en el parque = there were too many people at the park
Muchas gracias Rusty , lo entiendo muy bien
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