Turn Adjectives into Nouns in Spanish
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I like to talk fast. Maybe that’s why I don’t breathe or blink in my videos?
It frustrates me when my mouth can’t keep up with my mind.
I need to calm down. I’m working on that.
But that doesn’t happen to me nearly as much in Spanish… for a couple reasons:
#1 — My mind doesn’t work as fast in Spanish as it does in English =)
#2 — We can often say stuff in Spanish with fewer words than in English.
We’ve seen this before with subject pronouns:
“We sleep” is “nosotros dormimos” or just “dormimos”–without “nosotros”.
Well, in today’s video, you’ll see how to make a noun from any adjective you already know.
And that allows you to say two different phrases in Spanish–without learning (or even saying) any more words!
All links mentioned can be found here: https://spanishdude.com/quickies/adjectives-nouns-spanish/?podcast