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Articulos / Articles

QuestionAnswer
Definitive Articles el, los, la, las
Indefinitive Articles un, unos, una, unas
masculine singular article el
feminine singular article la
masculine singular indefinite article un
feminine singular indefinite article una
masculine nouns ending in: -o, -e, -l, -n, -r require a masculine article (el, los, un, unos)
feminine nouns ending in: -a, -dad, -tad, -ión, -ud, -umbre require a feminine article (la, las, una, unas)
feminine nouns beginning with "-a" or "-ha" require masculine article (un, uno, una, la, el) el alma – las almas (soul) un hacha – unas hachas (ax) el hambre – las hambres (hunger) el agua – las aguas (water) una águila – unas águilas (eagle)
Spanish Articles must match the gender and the number of the noun they are referring to
Spanish Articles are placed before the noun
feminine plural definite article las
masculine plural definite article los
masculine plural indefinite article unos
feminine plural indefinite article unas
the way we say "the" in Spanish el, los, la, las
the way we say "a / an / some" in Spanish un, unos, una, unas
Created by: gonzalezo