Spanish Grammar Guide

Spanish adjectives for personality traits

Simpático – nice

Antipático – unfriendly

Inteligente (N) – smart

Tonto – dumb

Rico – rich

Pobre (N) – poor

Alegre (N) – joyful

Culto – educated/cultivated

Elegante (N) – elegant, refined

Educado – polite, well-mannered

Maleducado – rude, bad-mannered

N = Neutral

For personality traits, we usually use ser (even if they change sometimes).

David es muy rico y muy educado.

Julia es muy elegante y alegre.

¿Tu tía es simpática o antipática?

Eduardo es muy inteligente, pero muy maleducado.

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