Completely? That was worded a little funny.
She's absolutely brilliant!
could 'Ella esta' be used here?
If you say "Ella es brillante", it means that she is clever, ingenious... If you say "Ella está brillante", it means that she's shining (that's a little weird, I think). :)
that can be a pick up line, i'm going to use it
Yeah, doesn't sound good.! cheers
Can "completamente" come after "brillante"? ...Brillante completamente... Thanks
No, it sounds unnatural.
Adjectives usually come after nouns (la gema brillante, la niña guapa) but adverbs always come before adjectives (muy guapa, bastante claro)
'She's utterly brilliant' should be acceptable. Maybe utterly is more common in UK than US? Will report.