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Agreement of Mucho and ¿Cuánto? With Nouns Chapter 2.2
Common endings for nouns in Spanish are –o and –a Nouns that end in –o (os) are generally… Nouns that end in –a (as) are generally… Masculine feminine
Agreement in gender and number Making the endings of adjectives and nouns match is called agreement in gender and number. (plural/singular)
The forms of ¿cu ánto? How many pencils? ¿cu ánto? is used to ask hom much or how many. Like all adjectives it matches in number and gender. ¿cu ántos lapices? (Plural masculine)
Examples el papel La tarea Unos carteles Unas sillas ¿cu ánto papel? ¿cu ánta tarea? ¿cu ántos carteles? ¿cu ántas sillas?
Mucho The forms of mucho mean a lot, much or many. Like ¿cu ánto? Mucho changes to match the noun it modifies
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