"Eres absolutamente brillante."
Translation:You are absolutely brilliant.
I heard this recording as "El es absol....", but I was corrected. Oops. "El es" sounds much like "eres" in this recording.
Is 'brillante' used for intelligence as well? I thought one would describe the sun as 'brillante' and a person as 'genial' or 'inteligente'.
he pensado que se describiría 'el sol brillante' y 'la persona genial'
Yes, brillante can be used for intelligence. A great resource for looking up information like this is WordReference. If you don't know about it, try it out! http://www.wordreference.com/es/en/translation.asp?spen=brillante
Yes it can be used for intelligence. But I want to add that the other day I saw the Spanish word brilliante used as "bright" like the English: bright colors, bright light, bright clothing. Saludos.
Duo, you are really awesome and thank you for that lovely complement. You made me feel better.
Thou art absolutely brilliant is informal in English, and Eres is informal in Spanish, it should be accepted.
'Thou art'? Which century were you born in! This is biblical English rather than present day.
people say that to me all the time! - (personas me digan que todos las veces!)
GOT IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME !!!!!