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Gender of Spanish Nouns NOUN AND ADJECTIVE AGREEMENT
Corbata (Feminine) Vestido (Masculine) Gender
General Rule: Most of nous ending in o are masculine: carro Most of nouns ending in a are feminine: casa ¿El or La? ¿Los or Las? El gato La gata Los gatosLas gatas Masculine or Feminine?
Nouns that denote a Male El padre El hombre Nouns that denote a Female La madre La mujer Gender denotation
El Pape l Jueg o papel lunes Pa n caf e amo r juegos amor lune s pan café L-O-N-E-R-S
Nouns of Greek origin, ending in /ma / ta / pa/ Examples: el problema, el mapa, el planeta Other exceptions: el día, el mediodía el tranvíael pijama el sofá el gorila El Problema or La Problema?
dad-tad- tud- ción- sión-triz-ez -umbre ciudad libertad juventud estación televisión actriz rigidez costumbre Different Endings for Feminine
DEFINITE ARTICLES “the”. DEFINITE ARTICLES All Spanish nouns are classified as Masculine or Feminine This is called gender. English nouns don’t have gender,
Nouns and Definite Articles * Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
Page 60 Capítulo 2 Nouns and definite articles NOUNS (Sustantivos) Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
Nouns and definite articles NOUNS (Sustantivos) Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
Nouns and Definite Articles What are nouns? Nouns (Sustantivos) name people, animals, places, things or ideas. Nouns in Spanish *All Spanish nouns have.
Los artículos. When to use: If you would use an article in English, then you use one in Spanish. If you do not use an article in English, then you do.
Spanish Articles. In Spanish we have two kinds of articles: Indefinite articles (a, an, some) Definite articles (the)
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Gender of Nouns. What are nouns? Nouns denote a person, place, or thing. In Spanish, nouns have genders!
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1.1-1 Nouns (nombres o sustantivos) identify people, animals, places, things. All Spanish nouns have gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular.
Nouns and Articles. A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea. In Spanish, all nouns are masculine or feminine. Most masculine nouns end in –o and.
Los Artículos Los Nombres (Nouns) Name of a person, place or thing is a noun In Spanish, every noun has a gender, either masculine or feminine
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Gender of Nouns. ¡Hola! Me llamo Diego. Your teacher has invited me today to help clarify your doubts when deciding the gender of words. There are some.
Los sustantivos y los géneros (nouns and genders) ALL nouns have a gender in Spanish: MOST Nouns that end with the following letters are MASCULINE: l o.
Definite Articles and Plurals Para Empezar. Genders In Spanish, every NOUN has a gender. masculine or feminine.
Target: I can use definite and indefinite articles with nouns correctly. Warm up: Rewrite the following sentences in Spanish. 1.Do you like fruits? _________________________________________________.
Gender of Nouns In Spanish, all nouns have gender; they are either masculine or feminine. Nouns that end in ‘-o’ are generally masculine. el chicothe boy.
Género, número y artículos Gender, number & articles.
NOUN ADJECTIVE AGREEMENT. ADJECTIVES DESCRIBE NOUNS In English, adjectives almost always come before the noun: the tall boy In Spanish, adjectives almost.
Gender In English, nouns can be masculine, feminine, or neuter (meaning having no gender). In Spanish, however, every noun must be masculine or feminine.
Género y número (Gender & Number) Género Some exceptions to the “__o” and “__a” endings (genderless nouns): Artista Cantante.
Copyright © 2014 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Nouns identify people, animals, places, things. All Spanish nouns have gender (masculine.
Nouns NOUNS Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
El Los La Las. In English The definite article “the” is used with nouns to indicate specific persons, places or things. In English, definite article is.
Plurals of Nouns and Articles Las clases de Sra. Schwarz Realidades 1.
Page 110 Realidades 1 Nouns NOUNS Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
NOUNS ARTICLES ARTICLES Articles agree in gender and number with the noun that they accompany. Often, articles are used in Spanish even if they aren’t.
Definite and Indefinite Articles P. 60 Realidades 1.
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Gender Nouns. Some considerations: 1. Most nouns that end in O are masculine. – El libro 2. Nouns that indicate male persons are masculine. – el padre.
Apuntes (Notes) de septiembre Los sustantivos (Nouns) A noun is a word used to identify people, animals, places, things, or ideas. Unlike English,
Definite Articles P. 60 (online) Realidades 1 Definite Articles u Nouns refer to people, animals, places, things, and ideas. u In Spanish, nouns have.
Making nouns plural review 7 th grade Spanish Chapter 1 Lesson 4.
Mis Amigos y Yo Sra. Waters MOT Charter. Manu Chao’s Me Gustas Tú 2 Canción para comenzar.
Comienz The mouth= 2.The eyes= 3.The leg = 4.The toes= 5.The nose= 6.The elbow= 7. the stomach= 8.Ouch my head hurts!= 9.The arm= 10.The heart=
Nouns and Articles Sra. Alba Spanish 1. Nouns-Sustantivos A noun identifies people, animals, places, things, or ideas. Unlike English, all Spanish.
NOUNS AND DEFINITE ARTICLES IDENTIFYING APPROPRIATE DEFINITE ARTICLES BASED ON NOUN GENDER.
El Acuerdo Agreement Nouns, Articles, and Adjectives.
Apuntes el 4 de noviembre Los artículos definidos (the definite articles) EL, LA, LOS, LAS are the definite articles. They all mean THE.
Masculino y Femenino Nouns. Nouns – Sustantivos Points to remember All nouns in Spanish are masculine or feminine. No exceptions. For people and animals.
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Gender In this presentation, we will look at two very important concepts in Spanish: gender and agreement.
Gender of Nouns in Spanish. Gender in English for people and animals manwoman boygirl actoractress waiterwaitress aviatoraviatrix tigertigress lionlioness.
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