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El género de sustantivos y los plurales
In español, all nouns have a gender. They are either: OR MASCULINO FEMININO
El Artículo Definido An easy way to tell if a noun is masculine or feminine is to look at the DEFINITE ARTICLE. The Definite Article translates as THE
All masculine words begin with: OR
Por ejemplo… EL CARRO LOS PLÁTANOS EL PADRE
All feminine words begin with: OR
Por ejemplo… LA CASA LAS UVAS LA MADRE
HOW DO YOU KNOW???? If no article (el, la, los, las) is present, there are a few rules you can follow to make an educated guess.
Masculino If a noun ends in: or refers to IT’S PROBABLY A MASCULINE NOUN
EL PERRO LOS PROBLEMAS EL MAESTRO
Femenino If a noun ends in: or refers to IT’S PROBABLY A FEMININE NOUN
LA CARTA LA PARED LA ESTACIÓN LA MAESTRA
¡Práctica! What is the missing definite article? QUESOBANDERA PROBLEMA HABITACIÓNTRABAJO PERSONALIDAD HERMANO
El plural de los sustantivos
RULE #1 When a noun ends in a, add an SINGULARPLURAL AMIGOAMIGOS HERMANAHERMANAS HELADOHELADOS PERROPERROS
RULE #2 When a noun ends in a, add an SINGULARPLURAL DOCTORDOCTORES PAPELPAPELES MARCADORMARCADORES FRIJOLFRIJOLES
RULE #3 When a noun ends in a, change the to a and add SINGULARPLURAL PEZPECES LAPIZLAPICES NARIZNARICES LUZLUCES
¡VAMOS A PRACTICAR! What is the correct definite article? MANZANA
MAKE IT PLURAL! EL AMIGO
MAKE IT PLURAL! LA NARANJA
MAKE IT PLURAL! LA LUZ
MAKE IT PLURAL! EL PASTEL
MAKE IT PLURAL! LA TIZA
MAKE IT PLURAL! EL PADRE
MAKE IT PLURAL! EL CUADERNO
MAKE IT PLURAL! LA PARED
MAKE IT PLURAL! LA MESA
MAKE IT PLURAL! EL PAPEL
MAKE IT PLURAL! EL CAMARON
MAKE IT PLURAL! EL PODER
MAKE IT PLURAL! LA HABITACION
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