///Gender of Singular Nouns and Adjective


  1. All Spanish nouns can be divided into two groups, or subclasses, called 'masculine' and 'feminine'.
  2. Spanish articles, like many other Spanish adjectives, have distinct masculine and feminine forms.
  3. The masculine form of adjectives appears only with masculine nouns, the feminine form with feminine nouns.
  4. Many Spanish adjectives have gender marking endings (distinct masculine and feminine forms others, primarily those ending in or in a consonant , etc.), do not have different endings when used with masculine or feminine nouns.


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Gender Forms of Adjectives:

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