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Spanish Articles and Nouns Overview
This is the Spanish Articles and Nouns Overview.
The Spanish articles and nouns are ordered according to the CEFR level scale.
What Are Articles and Noun?
Articles are words that determine whether a noun is specific or unspecific. The specific articles is “the”, and the unspecific articles are “a/an”.
In the sentence “The pizza is delicious.”, you are referring to a specific pizza.
In the the sentence “I could go for a pizza.”, you are referring to an unspecific pizza.
Nouns are people, animals, plants, and things. Or to put it simply, any word where you can put “the” in front of is a noun.
In A0/A1 you will learn the fundamentals of Spanish articles and nouns.
In A1 you will learn about the beginner’s principles of Spanish articles and nouns
In A2 you will learn about the elementary principles of Spanish articles and nouns
In B1 you will learn about the intermediate principles of Spanish articles and nouns.
In B2 you will learn about the upper intermediate principles of Spanish articles and nouns
Un/Una = A & An
El/La = The
Los/Las = Plural The
Introduction to Spanish Regular Nouns
How to know the Gender of Spanish Nouns
A Complete Guide to Spanish Nouns
Contractions: Al & Del
unos/unas + plural nouns = some/a few
Using definite articles with your body and clothes
Nouns That Are Singular in Spanish But Plural in English, And The Other Way Around
Use Definite Articles with Nouns in Spanish
How To Use the Neuter Article Lo in Spanish to Refer to Clauses, Verbs, Adjectives/Adverbs