un carro una casa un árbol la mesa el zapato la flor unos carros unas casas unos árboles las mesas los zapatos las flores
LAS REGLAS Número: singular y plural In general, to form the plural, nouns ending in vowels add –s: casa casas; nouns ending in consonants add –es: flor flores
LAS REGLAS Género: masculino y femenino All Spanish nouns have grammatical gender. Those referring to persons are regularly of the same gender as the sex of the person, but the gender of most nouns is a matter of convention and must be memorized. Nouns ending in –a are usually feminine and all but a few ending in –o are masculine.
LAS RELGAS Artículos: indefinido y definido The number and gender of a noun are reflected in the form of the article accompanying it. Spanish indefinite articles are un and una and can be translated as one, a or an. The plural forms unos and unas mean some. Spanish definite articles are el and la and can be translated as the. The plural forms los and las mean the as well.
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