some colors are the same for both masculine and feminine words (cinza, azul, lilás, marrom, laranja, ocre, verde, etc).
How does plural work if the words end with an "L"? do you replace it with an "is"? like Azul=Azuis? and Qual=Quais? I just want to be sure before i make my own conclusion
In general yes, Animal = Animais, igual = iguais, maybe have some exceptions
I'm almost certain that it does. In French, you usually have to change the adjective to match the subject, whether it is masculine, feminine, singular, or plural.
A question: I had a hard time understanding the word "vestidos" here. It sounded as though the computer said "veschuvos". Any number of times, "de" sounds like "je". Does Portuguese assign different phonetic values to consonants than English does?
I translated "The clothes are blue" and it was marked wrong. But dresses and clothes can be used with the same meaning. Are vestidos only the dresses for women?