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How do you use bastante?
Bastante is used with a singular noun to express enough (of), while bastantes is used with a plural noun to express enough (of). Bastante / bastantes do not agree in gender: they keep the same form in masculine and feminine!
Does bastante mean a lot?
If there is plenty of something, there is a lot of it.
What’s the difference between suficiente and bastante?
suficiente – enough. bastante – more than enough.
What does Manyata mean in Spanish?
1. Tomorrow. 2. At an unspecified future time. An indefinite time in the future.
Can bastante be plural?
The plural of bastante, which is a fairly uncommon adjective, is bastantes.
What are some Spanish adverbs?
Here are a few examples of Spanish adverbs ending in -mente, and how they’re formed:
- General (“General”) >> Generalmente (“Generally”)
- Ocasional (“Occasional”) >> Ocasionalmente (“Occasionally”)
- Frecuente (“Frequent”) >> Frecuentemente (“Frequently”)
- Suave (“Soft”) >> Suavemente (“Softly”)
What do un poco mean?
adverb. some [adverb] (American) somewhat; to a certain extent. somewhat [adverb] rather; a little.
Does demasiado agree?
Demasiado and poco agree in gender and number if they are adjectives. So if you see them accompanying a noun, they will be adjectives: But if demasiado or poco don’t accompany a noun, they will be modifying the verb, therefore they will be adverbs (not adjectives).
What is the meaning of Basta in English?
Basta is the imperative form of the Italian verb bastare, “to stop.” It’s a forceful way to command: That’s enough! Both the Spanish and Italian basta are based in Latin.
What does mi vato mean?
1. ( colloquial) (general) (Mexico) my homey (colloquial)
What does Mi Nana mean?
Spanish, literally, tomorrow, from Vulgar Latin *maneana, from feminine of *maneanus early, from Latin mane early in the morning.
Is Nervioso an adverb?
Nervioso adverb | Spanish Translator.