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¡Exprésate! UNO. Chapter 2 Gramática Nouns and Definite Articles. Punto #1. In Spanish, all nouns belong to 1 of 2 gender categories: masculine or feminine. Masculine nouns usually end in –o ( carro ). Feminine nouns usually end in –a ( fruta ). Punto #2.

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expr sate uno

¡Exprésate! UNO

Chapter 2

Gramática

Nouns and Definite Articles

punto 1
Punto #1
  • In Spanish, all nouns belong to 1 of 2 gender categories: masculine or feminine. Masculine nouns usually end in –o (carro). Feminine nouns usually end in –a (fruta).
punto 2
Punto #2
  • Singular nouns name 1 of something. Plural nouns name more than 1 of something. If a singular noun ends in a vowel, add –s to make it plural. If a singular noun ends in a consonant, add –es to make it plural.
punto 2 continued
Punto #2 continued
  • Estudiante student
  • Estudiantes students
  • Animalanimal
  • Animales animals
punto 3
Punto #3
  • The definite articles in Spanish can be used to say the with a specific noun. They have different forms that agree with their noun in gender and number.
punto 3 continued1
Punto #3 continued
  • ¿Cómoeslaprofesora?
  • What is the teacher like?
  • Laprofesoraessimpática.
  • The teacher is friendly.
punto 3 continued2
Punto #3 continued
  • ¿Quiénes son losmuchachos?
  • Who are the boys?
  • Son loscompañeros de clase de Rafael.
  • They are Rafael’s classmates.
punto 4
Punto #4
  • Use definite articles to talk about a noun as a general category or when saying what you like with gustar.
punto 4 continued
Punto #4 continued
  • ¿Cómoesla pizza?
  • What’s pizza (in general) like?
  • Es deliciosa. Me gustala pizza.
  • It’s delicious. I like pizza.
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