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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
a. very big
Sara y Jorge se han comprado una casa muy grande en su pueblo.Sara and Jorge have bought a very big house in the village they're from.
b. very large
La pantalla de mi computadora es muy grande, porque necesito tener varias ventanas abiertas a la vez.My computer has a very large screen, because I need to have several windows open at the same time.
c. far too big
He adelgazado y esta falda ahora me queda muy grande.I've lost weight and this skirt is now far too big for me.
a. very old
Mis abuelos se vinieron a vivir con nosotros porque están ya muy grandes.My grandparents have come to live with us because they're very old now.
b. too big (especially when addressing a child)
¿No crees que ya eres muy grande como para que te tenga que dar yo de comer?Don't you think you're too big for me to have to feed you?
5. (importance or intensity)
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