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Gender of Nouns_Spanish_Part 1

Gender of Nouns_Spanish_Part 1

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Author: denise barker
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Identify nouns that are masculine or feminine masculine nouns generally end in o; feminine nouns end in a nouns generally end in a.

Spanish and other romantic languages have gender which is determined by the articles el libro, la casa, el suelo, la television: non living nouns have arbitrary articles, there is no definition for masculine or feminine noun. 

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Gender of Nouns_Spanish_Part 1

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 upon whether they are male or female.

Gender of Nouns_Spanish_Part 1

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 upon whether they are male or female.