HomeQ&Adesafiar

desafiar

0
votes

Does an infinitive verb form used as an adjective precede or follow the noun it modifies, ie un curso desafiar o un desafiar curso

2170 views
updated ENE 31, 2009
posted by Bob-Hennessy

2 Answers

0
votes

Claro

lazarus1907 said:

None. Infinitives in Spanish are nouns, not adjective, and in any case, Spanish adjectives are normally placed after the noun, not before the noun, like in English. I guess you mean to say "a challenging course", so it should be something like:Un curso difícil / arduoThe adjective "desafiante" means only "inviting someone for a fight or an argument".

>

updated ENE 31, 2009
posted by Bob-Hennessy
0
votes

None. Infinitives in Spanish are nouns, not adjective, and in any case, Spanish adjectives are normally placed after the noun, not before the noun, like English does. I guess you mean to say "a challenging course", so it should be something like:

Un curso difícil / arduo

The adjective "desafiante" means only "inviting someone for a fight or an argument".

updated ENE 31, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
SpanishDict is the world's most popular Spanish-English dictionary, translation, and learning website.
© Curiosity Media Inc.