86 - feminine simply by changing the ending from an –o to...

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Masculine In addition to nouns that end in  –o  being masculine, nouns that end in  –or, –és,  or –  ón  are generally  going to be masculine as well. Here are a few examples:  el ordenador the computer el inglés the Englishman el cinturón the belt Article and suffix changes Occasionally, a noun's spelling will remain the same but the article will change to indicate whether  the meaning is masculine or feminine. Also, sometimes a noun can be changed from masculine to 
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Unformatted text preview: feminine simply by changing the ending from an –o to an –a. Change the article When a word that ends in –e is used to refer to a person, the same word is used for both genders. Only the article and adjectives that modify the word will reflect the gender of the person that the noun represents....
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