Gramática_Avanzada

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Gramática Avanzada Capítulo 1
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Feminine nouns that begin with a stressed  “a” or the silent “h” followed by “a” take the  masculine definite or indefinite article  when the noun is singular. Sustantivos
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Forma Singular Forma Plural el agua las aguas el águila las águilas el área las áreas el arma las armas el ala las alas el hacha las hachas el hambre Sustantivos
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Since these nouns are actually feminine,  the adjective that modifies the noun would  be feminine. el agua cálida el hacha aguda el águila majestuosa el ala agraciada el área ocupada el arma peligrosa Sustantivos
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There are several nouns in Spanish that  end in “a” but are actually masculine.   They take the masculine articles. el día el poema el mapa el programa el planeta el sistema el clima el telegrama el drama el tema Sustantivos
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In Spanish (like in English) the 
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