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    • Page 110Realidades 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 calculadora An exception: el día
    • Other Spanish Nouns Other Spanish nouns end in -e or a consonant.
    • Other Spanish Nouns For example: el cine el marcador la 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 tolearn a noun with itsdefinite article, el orla, because that willusually tell you thegender.