On the subject of their usage in Spanish, on this agreement of adjectives Spanish Worksheet Answers Hayes School provides seven types of adjectives. Included in this list are the perfect form, irregular forms, and descriptions, and a dictionary.
“Use the perfect form of adjectives only when you want to make a direct statement that doesn’t require emphasis” (Smith), with another definition of the perfect form as “use the perfect to give emphasis.” A perfect form is simply an adjective meaning “very good” that uses the perfect tenses. The imperfect tense is used for “imperfect.” It is “comparable, as opposed to ‘equivalent’ in English.”
“An irregular verb may be used instead of its regular form. An irregular verb would be: edificio, idioms, Antigua, area, etc.” The list is much longer. Since the time of Montaigne, the language has embraced irregular verbs, but in all the years since, it has still not established a standard form. They can either be dropped from the verb’s meaning entirely, or modified to fit into a certain category, like being used in a present tense of a verb.
Although this worksheet only offers short, simple phrases for long forms, it provides a handy English translation for long forms. If one wants to translate these into Spanish, one must use English with the right accent and basic verb tense changes.
If one were to create a Google translation, one could do better, of course, but there are no rules that one can adhere to when doing so. Remember, we live in a diverse culture and an English translation into Spanish will have differences depending on how English is spoken in different places. In any case, the phrase is “dishonest” in English and then “charming” in Spanish.
An adjective that means “pretty” is Spanish words, which are irregular, and means “unattractive.” In addition, the irregular term area, which means “as ugly as” is Spanish word bar.
English is not the only language used in Latin America, therefore, one would need to ask the translator what the meanings are in Spanish. “Acrobatic,” which is an adjective, means “having extraordinary acumen.” Another example would be “flamboyant,” which means “mildly expressive.”
Even though Spanish is a living, native language, English is not the only language used in Latin America. For that reason, English is still the language of choice. The use of English will make the translations more accurate.