Spanish: Indefinite Articles and House Vocabulary - Explanation
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This lesson explains indefinite articles and house vocabulary. The indefinite articles have gender, masculine or feminine,and, number, singular or plural. You will have an instructor who will explain you in detail with help of examples.(More text below video...)
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English: Hello friends, let’s talk now about the indefinite articles.
Spanish:Hola Amigos, hablemos ahora de los artículos indefinidos.
English:The indefinite articles have gender, masculine or feminine,and, number, singular or plural.
Spanish: Los artículos indefinidos tienen género, masculino o femenino, y, número, singular o plural.
English: The indefinite article, masculine singular is "a","an".
Spanish: El artículo indefinido masculino singular es "un".
English: The indefinite article, feminine singular is "a","an".
Spanish: El artículo indefinido femenino singular es "una".
English: The plural form of "a","an" is "some", "a few".
Spanish: La forma plural de "un" es "unos".
English: And the plural form of "a", "an" is "some", "a few".
Spanish: Y la forma plural de "una" es "unas"
English: Let’s see a few examples:
Spanish: Veamos unos ejemplos:
English: Chair is a noun, feminine singular, so we say "a chair".
Spanish: Silla, es un sustantivo, femenino singular, entonces decimos "una silla".
English: Desk, is a noun, masculine singular, so we say "a desk".
Spanish: Escritorio, es un sustantivo, masculino singular, entonces decimos "un escritorio".
English: Towels, is a noun, feminine in plural form, so we say "a few towels", "some towels".
Spanish: Toallas, es un sustantivo femenino en forma plural, entonces decimos "unas toallas".
English: Dishes, is a noun, masculine in plural form, so we say "a few dishes", "some dishes".
Spanish: Platos, es un sustantivo, masculino en forma plural, entonces decimos "unos platos".
English: House, a house.
Spanish: Casa, una casa.
English: Bathroom, a few, some bathrooms.
Spanish: Baños, unos baños.
English: Very well, now let’s go to the practice.
Spanish: Muy bien, ahora vamos a la práctica.
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