Spanish I
   A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea   In Spanish, all nouns are either masculine or    feminine. Masculine Noun...
   The idea that nouns have gender seems perfectly    natural when the noun stands for a living creature.    This is beca...
   Certain nouns that denote living things have    both a masculine and feminine form in    Spanish.    Masculine        ...
   El gato   El abuelo   El cuaderno   El libro   El carro   El armario   What does “el” mean?
   La abuela   La puerta   La calculadora   La ventana   La tarea   La chica   What does “la” mean?
   Nouns that end in –o are usually masculine.   Nouns that end in –a are usually feminine.   Notice the term “usually....
   You can’t predict the gender of a noun, except    in the case of living creatures.   The word “Dress” is a masculine ...
   When you learn a new    noun, you MUST    memorize its definite    article (el or la).
   Definite Articles     Indefinite Articles         (the)               (a, an, some)el libro - los libros    un perro ...
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Module 1 los sustantivos

  1. 1. Spanish I
  2. 2.  A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea In Spanish, all nouns are either masculine or feminine. Masculine Nouns Feminine Nounsel libro la puertael escritorio la camael colegio la tarea
  3. 3.  The idea that nouns have gender seems perfectly natural when the noun stands for a living creature. This is because in English, living creatures often have different names depending on whether they are male or female. Masculine Feminine boy girl grandfather grandmother tiger tigress uncle aunt
  4. 4.  Certain nouns that denote living things have both a masculine and feminine form in Spanish. Masculine Feminineel gato---- male cat la gata---- female catel abuelo--- grandfather la abuela--- grandmotherel padre-- father la madre--- motherel chico--- boy la chica--- girl
  5. 5.  El gato El abuelo El cuaderno El libro El carro El armario What does “el” mean?
  6. 6.  La abuela La puerta La calculadora La ventana La tarea La chica What does “la” mean?
  7. 7.  Nouns that end in –o are usually masculine. Nouns that end in –a are usually feminine. Notice the term “usually.” -There are exceptions to these two rules!
  8. 8.  You can’t predict the gender of a noun, except in the case of living creatures. The word “Dress” is a masculine word in Spanish--- “el vestido” “Necktie” is a feminine word in Spanish--- “la corbata”
  9. 9.  When you learn a new noun, you MUST memorize its definite article (el or la).
  10. 10.  Definite Articles  Indefinite Articles (the) (a, an, some)el libro - los libros un perro - unos perrosla casa - las casas una pluma – unas plumasel hombre- los hombres un lápiz - unos lápicesla mujer – las mujeres una mesa - unas mesas
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