Spanish Adjectives Worksheets

How to use regular Spanish Adjectives

When you are speaking any language, it is crucial that you delve into the nitty-gritty. Learn the jargon and strive to master it from every aspect. However, the grammar part of any language doesn't hold any significance in any language; at least most of us think it doesn't! But, if you have not figured already, you have to learn the basics to speak a language like a pro and, in this case, Spanish! So, how about we learn to use regular Spanish Adjectives today? Follow the Rule - In the Spanish language, using adjectives has one simple rule, just as we have in the English language. I.e., the adjective that we are using in a sentence must agree with the noun or even a pronoun. Remember the subject-verb agreement rule? It's almost the same here as well. Now that you are done with the rule ensure you are reading a lot. It will help you clear all your misconceptions. But if you want to master the language, you may even start watching programs and shows. The actors involved will be mostly natives and give you a peek into how the most important jargon is spoken.


We show you a wide range of applications of these words that relate to height and size.


We work on the use of conjugation with Spanish adjectives.


See where these fit in the sentences.

Happy / Friendly

These two words can be easily confused if you are not paying attention.

Noisy / Quiet

Is it loud in there?


Words my old coach told me often: Early is on time. On time is late and late is inexcusable.


When you are really hoping to give your best effort.


Fill the sentences with words that will help make you understand the temperature of something.

Regular or Irregular

Classify the adjectives so that you can write words that extend beyond that for you.

Regular / Irregular 2

We build off of the previous worksheet with more words.