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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rogers
    I've never seen a yellow adult duck.
    No duck is yellow as an adult.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rogers
    moreno patos
    The adjective goes before the noun, and it has to be "morenos" because it describes something plural, so it would be:
    "Los patos morenos." = Dark ducks
    **(o)>***<(o)
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    *||__ , * * * * * * * * (o)>
    \___/ * * * *\___/ * * * * * * *___//
    iiiiLLiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_/_|iiiiiiiiiii~~~~~~ \___/~~~~~~~~~

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    just out of curiosity, was 4 consecutive posts necessary?
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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    Ah, thanks. I've heard that (for example, Estatos Unidos), but didn't know the actual rule for it. Not sure what the los means, though...

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    it practically means "the" (plural masculine)

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    So it's not really necessary then? For example, you saw patos morenos, but los patos morenos saw you? Or is it more in depth than the english subject/object idea I have in my head, not translating literally?

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    ben, start a "foreign languages (non-english)" thread and i'll see to it that you get plenty of help.
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    i believe that you do use it more than in english, but i'm unsure, i just had 1 year of spanish, and that was like 3 years ago

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    Sorry Rizz. I'm good, though.

    Fuzz, I started Spanish I this year.

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    well actually, there have been questions about other languages too. i've had 4 years of high school spanish and am in my 2nd year of 300-level college spanish, so i could help out. i think i'll go ahead and make the thread.
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    "Spanish I"? Is that a new language?

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    First year of Spanish. if you pass Spanish I, then as a Sophomore you take Spanish II, so on to Spanish IV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy
    it practically means "the" (plural masculine)
    True... But in spanish they put that before almost any noun... I'm not sure how it works exactly. Aren't the green ducklings cute?
    **(o)>***<(o)
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    *||__ , * * * * * * * * (o)>
    \___/ * * * *\___/ * * * * * * *___//
    iiiiLLiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_/_|iiiiiiiiiii~~~~~~ \___/~~~~~~~~~

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    yes they are, but i wouldnt say they are green, they are more like "not too yellow"

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    Blah. We HAVE a foreign language thread...

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    we know that ben

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