"A tall girl and a short girl."
Translation:Una niña alta y una niña baja.
ok , so now I know the words, but cant get the order right. Onwards and upwards !
Because in Spanish "corta" Is used in objects, and "baja or bajo" Is only for animals and humans.
I think baja is used for animals, people and objects (such as buildings) that are short vertically.
I used "chica" and was grades incorrect. It is exactly interchangeable with nina.
For sure - it is understood from the first use of nina and also because Baja has the "a" ending.
Sorry, my bad. I found my mistake. It's, Una nina alta, not alto. Alta for female, alto for males.
The adjective goes after the noun in Spanish. One of the big differences from English.
I thought e was used instead of y when between vowels, or does that just apply to certain vowels.