"He is the best actor on the west coast."
Translation:Él es el mejor actor en la costa oeste.
Must be a new sentence. I forgot 'size' adjectives go before the noun.
What?? Why not "actor mejor"?? Seems like other adjectives follow the noun/person?? No?
Some adjectives come before the noun, mejor is one of them when you want to say someone is the best.
I'm not 100% but I think if you put mejor after the noun it means 'better', which wouldn't make sense in this sentence.
Spanish use of pronouns drives me crackers. Can anyone supply a rock solid explanation of the appropriate method of dealing with them?