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background image Nouns, Articles and Numbers Spanish nouns and Articles A noun is a word used to identify people, animals, places, things, or 
ideas. Unlike English, all Spanish nouns, even those that refer to 
non-living things, have gender; that is, they are considered either 
masculine or 
feminine . As in English, nouns in Spanish also have  number, meaning that they are either  singular  or plural. As you know, English often uses definite articles  ( the )  and indefinite  articles ( a, an ) before nouns. Spanish also has definite and indefinite  articles. Unlike English, Spanish articles vary in form because they  agree in gender  and  number  with the nouns they modify. 0 cero  11 once 21 veintiuno 1 uno 12 doce 22 veintidós 2 dos 13 trece 23 veintitrés 3 tres 14 catorce 24 veinticuatro 4 cuatro 15 quince 25 veinticinco 5 cinco 16 dieciséis 26 veintiséis 6 seis 17 diecisete 27 veintisiete 7 siete 18 dieciocho 28 veintiocho
background image 8 ocho 19 diecinueve 29 veintinueve 9 nueve 20 viente 30 treinta 10 diez Present tense of "ser" A subject pronoun replaces the name or title of a person or thing and acts as 
the subject of a verb. In both Spanish and English, subject pronouns are 
divided into three groups: first person, second person, and third person. 
Ser  is an irregular verb; its forms do not follow the regular patterns that most  verbs follow. ser  (to be) to identify yourself and others, and to talk about where you and  others are from. SUBJECT PRONOUNS Singular Plural Yo – I nosotros – we(masculine)  Nosotras – we(feminine) tú – you(familiar) vosotros – you(masculine/familiar) vosotras – you(feminine/familiar) usted (Ud.)­ you(formal) ustedes(Uds.) – you él – he ellos – (masculine)they ella – she elias – (feminine)they

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School: Brenau University
Department: Foreign Language
Course: Introduction to Spanish
Professor: Professor Colombini
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: week, two, spanish, 101, Chapter, and one
Name: Spanish 101 Week two notes
Description: These are the notes from Chapter One/Week Two Assignments
Uploaded: 09/04/2018
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