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¿Masculino o Femenina?

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Jenna Thornburg

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of ¿Masculino o Femenina?

el libro Por ejemplo, Most nouns that end in -o are masculine. Masculine Nouns Most nouns that end in -a are feminine. Feminine Nouns They are either MASCULINE or FEMININE. In Spanish, nouns have GENDER Look at the nouns and decide whether each one is masculine or feminine. La Práctica: The Gender of Nouns ¿Masculino o Feminina? Wait...
What's a noun? Nouns refer to
and ideas. Oh, yeah! MASCULINE! el bolígrafo MASCULINE! el ojo MASCULINE! Por ejemplo, la carpeta FEMININE! la hoja de papel FEMININE! la boca FEMININE! ¡Cuidado! Not all Spanish nouns end in -o or -a. el lápiz (masculine) el profesor (masculine) la nariz (feminine) la noche (feminine) The definite articles, "el" and "la," also indicate if a word is masculine or feminine. They both mean "the." You should practice new words with their definite articles, "el" or "la." Spanish nouns that end in -e or a consonant must be learned as masculine or feminine. Write the word and add the appropriate article, el or la. 1 la pierna 2 la estudiante 3 cuaderno el 4 la carpeta 5 el puptitre 6 el pie 7 la profesora 8 el lápiz
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