Alejandro you are understandable! Follow me I struggle in Espanol you can help me. I love it and will succeed! My English is good poco old fashioned! Ultimas is a marvellous word. In English we say palaver meaning hablador in style nearest I can find palabras sounds like lots of words!? Many of our words are from similar origen we have much latin you have some arabic very interesting.Phil
romance language geek here :) In most cases in the romance/latin languages, you put the adjective AFTER the noun. There are exceptions, that always go before, or adjectives that change meanings on either side of the word (you learn which ones go before and which ones change meanings from experience).
then of course if you want to stress the quality of the noun, (eg you want to emphasise that these are your FINAL words) you will place the adjective, thus emphasising its quality. Thats basically it.
(French is a bit trippy with this, putting short or common adjectives before the noun)
The final words in general, whether the last sentence of a book or somebody's dying words, or just the final words you remembered saying to someone (or they said to you) the last time you saw them. I don't know if it has anything to do with the English idiom of having "the last word" on a matter, but it might.
The final words. What final words? Oh I GET IT! XD "The final words" are the final words! XD I really should stop making jokes about everything and it sounds like I'm talking to myself but I'm actually hoping people will read this... and not make me look weird. I'm already weird so I shouldn't have anything to loose. BUT MY HONOR! sighs Oh well...