Spanish With Karla: Domostrative adjectives and traits

In this episode, I talk about different ways to describe physical and emotional attributes in Spanish. We cover words like “alto” for tall, “bajo” for short, “flaco” for skinny, “gordo” for fat, “bonito” for pretty, “feo” for ugly, “buena onda” for cool, and “malo” for mean or bad. These words can be used to describe people or things, and it’s important to understand their meaning in various contexts. We also touch on cultural nuances, such as using “güero” for someone with blonde hair and “moreno” for a brunette. Remember to use these words appropriately and consider the cultural implications when describing physical or emotional attributes.