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


Episode 71

How to Stop Mixing Up Masculine and Feminine Words

Is it a bit confusing choosing either the right article “la” or “el” to preceed a noun in Spanish? How do you identify and decide which one to use?

In Spanish, nouns are either masculine or feminine. It is easy to picture gender when we talk about animals or animated objects, but inanimated objects have gender as well. So, how do we identify one from the other?

In this episode, I give the rules for recognizing feminine nouns in Spanish, based on word endings and a hack that gives you an easy way to remember them!

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