La respuesta está escrita aquí
OK, what am I missing about past participles here. Why can it be escrita and not escrito. As far as I know, written is not an adj and I don't see it listed as one in the dictionary, but as a past participle. Why can it be escrita to conform to respuesta if it's just a past participle and that is escrito. Gracias.
When used in passive voice, the participle follows the noun's gender and number:
As a Predicative
When used in conjunction with a linking verb (ser, estar, parecer), past participles act as predicative adjectives. Functioning as adjectives, they must agree with the nouns they modify in gender and number.
- Mi novela favorita fue escrita por Gabriel García Márquez. (My favorite novel was written by Gabriel García Márquez.)
- Las puertas están cerradas. (The doors are closed.)
- Esta manzana parece podrida. (This apple seems rotten.)