"Tengo seis tortugas verdes."
Translation:I have six green turtles.
And if one green turtle should accidently fall
I have five green turtles hanging on the wall...
It's a song that goes "There are six green bottles hanging on the wall/ six green bottles hanging on the wall/ and if one green bottle shoud accidently fall/ there are five green bottles hanging on the wall// There are five green bottles hanging on the wall..." and so on until there are no green bottles anymore. We used to sing this song in English class to learn the numbers and this sentence just reminded me of the song.
Uhmmmm.... Can someone kindly explain why 'verdes' and not 'verde'. Thanks
Has anyone else noticed that Spanish children's books never have nice easy sentences like this?
Would the sentence change at all if one of the green turtles turns purple?