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Adjectives and Past
Participles
Señor Jackson
Overview
 When you use a verb to form an adjective, it’s
called a past participle.
 Ex. To close - closed (adj/past part)
 Ex. To open – opened (adj/ past part)
Forming Past Participles in
Spanish
 -AR Verbs
 Take the verb
 Drop the ending
 Add “-ado”
 Ex. Cerrar  Cerrado
 La puerta está cerrada.
Forming Past Participles in
Spanish
 -ER / -IR Verbs
 Take the verb
 Drop the ending
 Add “-ido”
 Ex. Perder  Perdido
 Nosotros estamos perdidos.
REMEMBER!
Because these are adjectives, they
must agree in
NUMBER
and
GENDER
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