Word of the Day: & quot; green & quot; | SpanishDict Answers

Word of the Day: & quot; green & quot; | SpanishDict Answers

Word of the Day: & quot; green & quot; | SpanishDict Answers

adjective (green; unripe)

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At least 5 words long, but do not write a paragraph either. Write your Spanish sentence, but the English translation as well. Make the corrections suggested by other users and moderators in the comments section (try not to use personal pronouns unless absolutely necessary). Use your own words! (Do not use a translator, copy from a book, use song lyrics, etc.) Please keep political, religious or personal statements to a minimum. This is a practice game.

Examples:

1. She wore a green dress that matched her eyes.

She wore a green dress that matched her eyes.

Word of the Day: & quot; green & quot; | SpanishDict Answers
Word of the Day: & quot; green & quot; | SpanishDict Answers

> 2. Those bananas are still too green.

Those bananas are still too unripe.

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