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The ending of a Spanish word often helps you work out its gender: for instance, if a word ends in -o, it is probably masculine; if it ends in -a, it is probably feminine. These endings generally mean that the noun is feminine: ción, -sión, -dad, -tad, -tud; Days of the week and months of the year are masculine. So are languages, mountains. Masculine ‘-er’ ending. These take the same endings as masculine ‘-us’ ending nouns except. Nominative singular ends in ‘-er’ Vocative singular is the same as the nominative. You will only come across these four words. They are declined in the ‘Nouns’ resource. master, teacher. They can be divided into two groups.
As a book of , Masculine Ending is unmatchable for anyone who lived through that time, as is the 2 nd one for its year of There is the simple fact that no-one has computers, it is hard to get in touch with people (it didn’t seem so at the time) or to find out details such as : Clothes In Books. The general rule states that all Spanish nouns are masculine or feminine. Words ending in-o are generally masculine, while ones ending in-a are generally feminine.. The articles which accompany a masculine noun are el (definite) / uno (indefinite), while the feminine ones are la (definite) / una (indefinite)/5(). Directed by Antonia Bird. With Janet McTeer, Imelda Staunton, Paul Brooke, Suzanna Hamilton. While English professor Loretta Lawson is attending a conference in Paris, she stays the night in the flat of a friend's acquaintance. She discovers a sleeping man in one of the bedrooms, and the next morning finds the man gone, but the bed soaked with blood/10(1).
Instead of learning: libro = book, there are a few guidelines that can help when wanting to determine if a noun is feminine or masculine. All of these rules use the ending of a word as a trick to determine its gender. You’ve probably heard this one before: words ending in -a are feminine and words ending in -o are masculine. Generally, singular nouns ending in -o are masculine while nouns ending in -a are feminine. There are a number of exceptions, like il poeta — the poet, being masculine, but you can stick to the rule above when in doubt. Beginner Level 3. Nouns in Spanish. Unlike English, Spanish has only 2 genders. All nouns are either masculine or feminine. Nouns like ‘book’ which are considered to have no gender in English (neuter gender) are either masculine or feminine in Spanish. When you learn a new word in Spanish it is important to learn what gender it is as well.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated7 – French Nouns Ending in Ier, Er and Eur are Masculine. Pdf words ending in pdf and er” are masculine, such as in le fermier (the farmer), l’épicier (the grocer), le cahier (the notebook), le pommier (the apple tree), le boucher (the butcher), le boulanger (the baker) – many names of professions end in “ier”/5.
Nouns ending in -o, an accented vowel, download pdf, or -aje are usually masculine. Names of rivers, lakes, and oceans are usually masculine; names of mountains are usually feminine. The most well-known rule or guideline is that nouns ending in -o are masculine and those ending in -a are feminine, but there are numerous exceptions to this gender rule Author: Gerald Erichsen.
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