When the phrase "such a" is used to talk about uncountable or plural nouns, the "a" is dropped. For example, the phrase "Nunca antes había escuchado una música tan triste" would be translated as "I've never listened to such sad music before."
1. (so upset or depressed)
2. (so dreary or depressing)
a. so sad
La película era tan triste. Estuve llorando todo el rato.The movie was so sad. I was crying all the time.
b. such a sad
Hoy es un día tan triste para mí. Hace un año que murió mi madre.Today is such a sad day for me. My mother died a year ago.
c. so gloomy
El jardín está tan triste sin flores.The garden looks so gloomy without flowers.
No me gusta vivir aquí. ¡Es una ciudad tan triste!I don't like living here. It's such a gloomy city!
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