Presentation on theme: "The Articles The articles in English are “a,” “an,” and “the.” The articles in Spanish are: Un, una, unos, unas El, la, los, las El/la=the Un/una=a/an."— Presentation transcript:
The Articles The articles in English are “a,” “an,” and “the.” The articles in Spanish are: Un, una, unos, unas El, la, los, las El/la=the Un/una=a/an Los/las=the (plural) Unos/unas=a/an (plural)
There are 4 definite articles and 4 indefinite articles in Spanish, depending on whether the noun is feminine or masculine, singular or plural. We’re only looking at the definite. Masculine Feminine Singular Plural El - theLa - the Los - theLas - the El, La, Los, and Los all mean “the.”
Realize that this is a rule but it can be broken. Also, words end in other letters than “a” or “o,” so it’s important than when you learn the vocabulary, learn whether they are feminine or masculine.
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