How to Use Spanish Feminine Nouns & "La"

Learn how to use feminine nouns and how to use "la" from Spanish teacher Andrea Cukier in this Howcast video.

Transcript

"Es." This is our first verb. "Es" means "is," as in, "the actor is elegant." [Spanish]. Now, we'll see how it works in full phrases with feminine nouns. [Spanish]. "The equation is impossible." Let's repeat this. [Spanish]. [Spanish]. [Spanish] in Spanish is an "engagement book, calendar." It could also mean "agenda," but it usually means a "calendar." So, let's repeat this. [Spanish]. The next one, [Spanish]. "The actress is popular." Let's repeat. [Spanish]. Great. Let's do the next one. [Spanish]. "The bicycle is fast." Let's repeat. [Spanish]. [Spanish] means "the," as in "the equation." It is only used for feminine singular words. If I want to say, "the equations," that would be a different word. Okay, so now remember, [Spanish] means "the" for masculine singular; [Spanish] means "the" for feminine singular.

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