ASK A QUESTION Usos de la palabra llamativo(a)
La palabra del día para hoy es "llamativo"
Significa: (adjective) eye-catching, bright, gaudy, showy
¿Se puede usar la palabra para describir una persona también (por favor lee el ejemplo)?
Ejemplo: --¡Ojo! Esa chica es muy bella. -- Si, tenes razón. Ella es muy llamativa.
¿Se la puede usar así (como decir "beautiful" o "stunning" en ingles?
Por favor me decís si o no, y de donde sos.
Hi enriquei, welcome to the forum. We have a game which we play each day: La palabra del Día: llamativo Over there, we make up sentences with the word of the day. You can see the different usages of the words. And our native friends correct our mistakes, therefore you can see the corrections and how you shouldn't do it as well, it's a nice exercise, you should try it.
Es muy llamativa.
No subject pronoun!!! ; The sentence is correct.
Thank you; I figured I'd leave it in for the example to be as pure as possible.. but I wouldn't talk like that (unless I was speaking with a scatter-brained friend who was easily confused/distracted or a new Spanish speaker)
HI enrique, please read this about the use of subject pronouns, they are simply not used in Spanish
HI enrique, please read [this] about the use of subject pronouns, they are simply not used in Spanish
Hi Heidita, I read the link... however, having been up the past 30 hours does not afford me the ability to maintain focus for more than a few seconds. I will re-read it when I have more time.
That being said, stopping to think about it, running conversations in my mind, and going back and re-reading some of the articles I read earlier this morning, I am convinced that you are correct.
I suppose it is a part of english that has crept in. I'm somewhat surprised and disappointed. :(