Gender And Number Agreement In Spanish Worksheets

Choose the right article el, go, la, read for each of these names by gender and number. Fourth, CHANGE the extension of each adjective to match the noun both in sex (male or female) and in number (singular or plural). As in English, we use the indeterminate article in Spanish when we talk about someone or something, without specifying exactly which person or thing, z.B. “Do you have a pen (any pen)?” Although in English the indeterminate article is always a/year, in Spanish the choice of the indeterminate article must correspond to the sex of the name to which reference is made: un hombre, una cara, un coche, una casa. Here are some categories regarding gender and the number of adjectives: In Spanish, another specific article is used according to gender: el hombre, la mujer, el coche, la casa. Noun / Adjekiv Convention – A useful document on the agreement of subnotic name and adjective in Spanish Also included in: Spanish Gender and agreement number Package 3 Pleasure no preparation Worksheets Distance L Remember – the SUBST is the leader – adjectives always correspond with the noun in the sex and the number. Adjectives in Spanish correspond to the noun, both in sex and number. Hello =) My name is Karolin and I have been living in Chile for more than two years. I`ve been teaching on Skype for a while and I`ve discovered that this kind of work is fun. That`s why I want to expand my circle of students. I teach both in English and German courses for beginners and advanced.

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