What is the difference between bueno, buena, buenas, and buenos?
Its for spanish...and im not sure how to use them, or how they are different..srry im a begginer in spanish!
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
1.Que bueno que ya no estas mala.
2.Esta manzana estaba muy buena.
3.Maria me dijo buenas noches.
4.Hoy le dije a mi papa buenos días y el me dijo buenos días tambien.
- DarketitaLv 61 decade ago
Bueno is male and singular. Is it used to qualify a person, an object or a situation.
Buena is female and singular. Is it also used to qualify a person, an object or a situation.
Buenos is male and plural. Buenas is female and plural. Both are used as their singular forms.
Juan es bueno en la escuela (Juan is good at school)
MarÃa es buena cocinando (Maria is good cooking)
Esta relaciÃ³n no es buena para ninguno de los dos (This relationship is not good for anyone of us)
Los ajos son buenos para la salud (Garlic are good for health)
Las tortillas son buenas si son hechas sÃ³lo de maÃz (Tortillas are good of they are made only with corn)
- 1 decade ago
You have to look at the noun. If the noun is masculine and singular use bueno.
feminine and singular, use beuna.
masculine and plural use buenos
feminine and plural use buenas.
Example: El chocolate es bueno. (Since the word chocolate is singular and masculine you would use bueno.)
- NavigatorLv 71 decade ago
The difference is number and gender. "Bueno" is an adjective, and its number and gender have to match what it's describing.
Bueno - Singular, masculine
Buena - Singular, feminine
Buenos - Plural, masculine
Buenas - Plural, feminine
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- 1 decade ago
Sex is the difference. bueno(s) (male) Buena(s) (female)