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Episode 71: How to Stop Mixing Up Masculine and Feminine Words

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    Episode 71

    How to Stop Mixing Up Masculine and Feminine Words

    Are you confused when trying to decide the correct article, la or el, to precede a noun in Spanish?

    How do you decide which one to use?

    In Spanish, nouns are either masculine or feminine. It's easy to picture gender when we talk about animals or people, but the names for inanimate objects also have a gender.

    So, how do we tell them apart?

    In this episode, I give the rules for recognizing masculine and feminine nouns in Spanish –plus a simple hack that gives you an easy way to remember them.

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