Articles and nouns in Spanish

In Spanish, nouns (sustantivos) are either feminine or masculine.

If you are an English speaker, this classification will not make sense to you. 

That is the reason why it can be very confusing for you when using the articles in Spanish.

Let´s start learning the use of Spanish articles in a very visual way. Just as you like it! 🙂

This is what you will find :

1.-Gender of Nouns in Spanish: Endings of nouns

  1. Masculine Nouns and their Endings in Spanish
  2. Feminine Nouns and their Endings in Spanish
  3. Other Endings to consider for the Gender of Nouns
  4. Other Nouns and Their Gender

2.-Plural of Nouns

3.-Definite Articles

  1. When are Definite Articles Used in Spanish?
  2. When are Definite Articles Omitted in Spanish?
  3. Lo, the Neutrer Article.

4.-Indefinite Articles

  1. When are Indefinite Articles Used in Spanish?
  2. When are Indefinite Articles Used in Spanish?



I hope it is very useful for you.
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