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Page 110 Realidades 1 Nouns
NOUNS Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
NOUNS In Spanish, nouns have gender. They are either masculine or feminine.
Masculine / Feminine Most nouns that end in -o are masculine.
Masculine / Feminine Most nouns that end in -a are feminine.
Masculine / Feminine For example: el libro la calculadoraAn exception: el día
Other Spanish Nouns Other Spanish nouns end in -e or a consonant.
Other Spanish Nouns For example: el cine el marcadorla clase la televisión
Other Spanish Nouns Some can be both masculine and feminine: el/la estudiante
Making Nouns Plural To make nouns plural you usually add -s to words ending in a vowel and -es to words ending in a consonant. silla sillas teclado teclados cartel carteles
Making Nouns Plural Singular nouns that end in z change the z to c in the plural. El lápiz los lápices
Definite Articles El , La , Los and Las are called definite articles.In English they mean “the”
Definite Articles We use El and Los with masculine nouns and La and Las with feminine nouns.
Indefinite Articles Un, Una, Unos, and Unas are indefinite articles.
Indefinite Articles Un and Una mean “a or an” in English.
Indefinite Articles Unos and Unas mean “some” in English.
Indefinite Articles Un and Unos are masculine and Una and Unas are feminine.
It’s a good idea to learn a noun with its definite article, el or la, because that will usually tell you the gender.
Reflect gender and number in nouns
Artículos y sustantivos (Articles and nouns)
Definite and Indefinite Articles
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Artículos y adjetivos Unidad 1 Lección 2.
2 types of Articles The English word THE is called a ( Definite Article ) because it is used to refer to a Definite or Specific person or thing. The.
DEFINITE ARTICLES “the”.
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.
Nouns (nombres o sustantivos) identify people, animals, places, things
Plurals of Nouns & Articles
Apuntes el 4 de noviembre Los artículos definidos (the definite articles) EL, LA, LOS, LAS are the definite articles. They all mean THE.
Spanish nouns A noun is a word used to identify people, animals, places, things, or ideas. Unlike English, all Spanish nouns, even those that refer to.
Singular Definite Articles
Definite & Indefinite Articles
Apuntes (Notes) el 16 de septiembre Los sustantivos (Nouns) A noun is a word used to identify people, animals, places, things, or ideas. Unlike English,
Definite Articles & Indefinite Articles. In Spanish, nouns are masculine or feminine. Masculine nouns usually end in an –O & feminine nouns usually end.
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