Translation:Ese vestido, por favor.
THIS=este, esta ,esto.
THAT=ese, esa, eso.
Este- This Ese- That
Is the V in "vestido" pronounced as a B as in "box"?
Depending on where in the Spanish speaking world, yes it can be.
In my country "B" and "V" are pronounced as a "B".
Why is it not "vestido ese," as in "that dress," with "ese" as an adjective, coming after the noun like Spanish grammar normally dictates? Is there some rule that nulls that?
Demonstratives like this and that go first, as do numbers.
Does that help?
"Ese" I think that is an demostrative determinant (?).