Colors in Spanish: Red, Purple, Beige and More

Like other adjectives, names of the common colors when used in Spanish must agree with the nouns they describe in both gender and number. However, names of some of the more unusual colors are treated differently in Spanish than they are in English. Here are some common colors:

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white - white Black Purple pink Green green I have a car yellow . I have one yellow car.) You have two yellow cars You have a yellow flower. (You have a yellow flower). We have ten yellow flowers In> (We have ten yellow flowers.)

Colors in the two languages ​​do not always match up exactly. "Brown," in particular, can also be expressed by brown, brown, or brown, depending on the shade and what is being described. Purple is also commonly used for "purple."

Possible ways to describe a coffee-colored shirt include coffee color shirt , coffee color shirt , coffee color shirt and

Here are some nouns that are commonly used in this way. beige , beige - beige

cherry Chocolate-colored
  • chocolate-colored > emerald
  • grana - dark red smoke - smoky
  • lilac orange - mustard-colored
  • orange

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  • Turquoise

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