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In Spanish, all words are either “masculine” or “feminine”.Look at the ending of the word to know if it is masculine or feminine….
What if the word doesn’t end in “o” or “a”???How will you know if it’s masculine or feminine???
Memorize these acronyms…
D ión z a Feminine words usually end in d-ión-z-a la ciudad- cityla canción- song la luz- light la casa- house
LONERS Masculine words usually end in l-o-n-e-r-s el carril- laneel teléfono- phone el malecón- boardwalk el alambre- wire el color- color el autobus- bus
There are exceptions!!! El mapa- map El agua- water La foto- pictureNevertheless, memorize LONERS & DIONZA
Definite Articles- words for “the”article noun Singular- masculine El chico- the boy Singular- feminine La chica- the girl Plural- masculine Los chicos- the boys feminine Las chicas- the girls el la los las
Práctica: the shoe __ zapato El zapato the shoes ____ zapatosLos zapatos the shirt ___ camisa La camisa the shirts ____camisas Las camisas
Indefinite Articles- words for “a/an” or “some”article noun Singular- maculine feminine Plural- masculine
Práctica: a hat ____ sombrero some hats _____ sombreros a bag_____ bolsa some bags ______ bolsas
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