Bad Words In Spanish
Bigmama60 on 10/13/2007
|Mal is an adjective and it can stand alone, too. One could say ese mal hombre (that bad man). As an adjective mal can be something bad like a bad day (un mal dia).|
I thought it would be nice to look at some Spanish words that can get you off to a bad day. I’m practicing not to get off to a bad start. I’ll give you “mal” as a noun or adjective in the Spanish vernacular; and you’ll choose its English equivalent. Most of these words should be understandable, since the root words are so close to the English language. And “mal” means bad in English. So try them.
Enjoy the quiz; have a good day; and please rate it. Thank you.
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