"Mi falda es roja."
Translation:My skirt is red.
Yeah, my ears aren't used to hearing Spanish said so rapidly! I had to listen to it 3 times slowly, before I got the jist of it, and then I still got it wrong!
Because "falda" is the object being described we use the feminine version "roja" instead of the masculine version "rojo." If we said "Mi faldas es rojas," then, "rojas," equals the plural feminine version. Hope that helps!
Opps! :) Forgot the "s" at the end of mi! Thanks for the correction, Anhubis! :)
thanks a lot! does all colors have masculine and feminine versions ? if yes then why naranja, amarilla, verde,azul and gris are used for both masculine and feminine objects unlike red which has rojo and roja?
As you say not all adjective have masculine and feminine. Maybe they are called irregular. But amarilla has the masculine version: amarillo. Also in italian, adjective has plural, masculine and femimine.
This has a period at the end so I got it wrong because I did not put it even tho the translation was right