What is the plural of capital in Spanish?

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)

Category Spanish
1 Common maletas [f/pl]

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?


Article Definite or Indefinite Plural or Singular
el Definite Singular
la Definite Singular
los Definite Plural
las Definite Plural

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?

el the
la the her
pierna leg

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.