SPA100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: British Thermal Unit

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In spanish, there are masculine and feminine words. These are called genders of the noun. (a) mascul i ne. Generally, words ending in { -o, -ma, -al, -or, -ente, -ante, -el } are commonly masculine. Examples el pelo (hair) el animal (animal) el color (colour) el accidente (accident) el problema (problem) el papel (paper) Com mon except ions la mano (hand) la labor (labour) la gente (people) Also, if a word does not fit any of the rules above, yet ends with o + consonant , they are masculine. (b) fe m i n i ne. Generally, words ending in { -a , -i n, -umbre, -e, -d, -z } are commonly feminine. Examples la fecha (date for calendar) la canci n (song) la televisi n (television) la muchedumbre (crowd) la serie (series) la universidad (university) la luz (light) Com mon except ions el d a (day) el mapa (map) el avi n (airplane) el lap z (pencil)

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