1. (third person singular)
a. he's intelligent (masculine)
A Luis le falta experiencia, pero es inteligente y aprenderá rápido.Luis lacks experience, but he's intelligent and will learn fast.
b. she's intelligent (feminine)
Su profesor dice que es inteligente, pero muy vaga.Her teacher says she's intelligent, but very lazy.
Sandra es inteligente e imaginativa. Llegará lejos.Sandra is intelligent and imaginative. She'll go far.
2. (formal) (second person singular)
Es inteligente y entenderá lo que voy a decirle: aquí no hay sitio para nosotros dos.You're intelligent and you'll understand what I'm about to tell you: there's no room for the two of us here.
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