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You choose the form of the article by whether or not the noun it introduces is masculine or feminine, singular or plural.

This is a true or false question for Spanish 2. I'm not sure which answer it is?


It is TRUE. In Spanish, you do use masculine or feminine, unlike English.   In English you say "the man" or "the woman," but in Spanish you would say "el hombre" or "la mujer."  "El" is masculine applied to hombre (man), and "la" is feminine applied to "mujer" (woman).  Similarly, for plural you would say "los hombres" and "las mujeres."
Kenneth, usted aprendio' Espanol cuando vivio' y trabajo' en California?

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