What is the plural of capital in Spanish?
plural of capital. capitales [m/f/pl]
What does capital mean in Spanish?
capital Noun. capital, la ~ (f) capital city, the ~ Noun.
Is Calle masculine or feminine?
Feminine nouns that end with “e” (exceptions): The street – La calle. The meat – La carne. The phrase – La frase.
What is the plural of la ciudad?
Ciudad (city), ends in D so we add ES at the end to make it plural, making it ciudades (cities).
Is La Maleta singular or plural?
Meanings of “plural of maleta” in Spanish English Dictionary : 1 result(s)
Is Diente masculine or feminine?
Take the Spanish words for “colour” and “tooth”: el color, el diente. Both are masculine in Spanish, but when translated to French they become feminine even though the words are almost exactly the same: la couleur, la dent.
Is Spanish upper case?
Conclusion. Generally, no matter what part of speech the term “Spanish” represents, it should always be capitalized.
Is el singular or plural?
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What is the plural of el in Spanish?
1 Answer. 4. votes. The plural form of el is los.
Is La plural?
Before feminine singular nouns → use la. Before feminine singular nouns starting with stressed a or ha → use el. Before masculine plural nouns → use los. Before feminine plural nouns → use las.
Is pierna El or LA?
Why is Spanish so gendered?
Spanish is a Romance language derived from Latin (through Vulgar Latin) which had the gender distinction for all nouns. And thus the gender distinction rule persists in Spanish. I believe it helps in rearranging the order of sentences and constructing complex sentences without confusion.
What isn’t capitalized in Spanish?
Unlike English, Spanish does not capitalize: days of the week. months. languages.
Is los Estados Unidos capitalized?
Abbreviations Acronyms and abbreviations are always written in uppercase letters: UGT (Unión General de Trabajadore – a trade union), ONCE (Organización Nacional de Ciegos Españoles – a Spanish Foundation for blind people), EE. UU. (short for Estados Unidos).
Is it El agua or la agua?
Why it is el agua and not la agua is a frequently asked question here. When a feminine noun begins with a stressed ‘a’ sound, the definite article la becomes el. For more information check out the links below. Agua is a feminine noun but you use el for the singular: el agua, las aguas.