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biondo(a)
blond
bruno(a)
dark-haired
alto(a)
tall
basso(a)
short
grasso(a)
fat
magro(a)
thin
snello(a)
slender
giovane
young
vecchio(a)
old
brutto(a)
ugly
ricco(a) (pl. ricchi)
rich
povero(a)
poor
fortunato(a)
lucky
sfortunato(a)
unlucky
buono(a)
good
cattivo(a)
bad
bravo(a)
good, talented
intelligente
intelligent
sportivo(a)
active
stupido(a)
stupid
studioso(a)
studious
pigro(a)
lazy
simpatico(a)
nice, charming
antipatico(a)
unpleasant
generoso(a)
generous
avaro(a)
stingy
interessante
interesting
divertente
amusing
noioso(a)
boring
contento(a)
content, pleased
felice
happy
triste
sad
Hai i capelli....?
What hair do you have?

nb. colours always in plural
neri
black
biondi
blond
bianchi
white
castani
brown
rossi
red
corti
short
lunghi
long
Hai gli occhi.....?
What eyes do you have?
azzurri
blue
verdi
green
grigi
grey
chiari/scuri
light/dark
la sera della festa
evening of the party
stesso
the same, precedes the noun
nuovo
new, precedes the noun
altro
other, precedes the noun
caro
dear, precedes the noun
vero
true, precedes the noun
primo
first, precedes the noun
ultimo
last, precedes the noun
l'altro giorno
the other day
gli stessi ragazzi
the same boys, when the adjective precedes the noun, the form of the article depends on the adjective.
poco
little, not very
abbastanza
enough, rather
un po'
a little
una casa abbastanza grande
a rather big house.....
all adjectives follow the noun when they are modified by an adverb... grande normally precedes the noun-in this case it goes after.
marrone
brown (castani is only for hair)
svizzero
Swiss
francese
French
irlandese
Irish
inglese
English
canadese
Canadian
messicano
Mexican
americano
American
tedesco (pl. tedeschi)
German
spagnolo
Spanish
greco
Greek
russo
Russian
cinese
Chinese
giapponese
Japanese
giallo
yellow
arancione
orange
rosa
pink (remains the same)
viola (remains the same)
violate
blu
blue (remains the same)