Singular and Plural Nouns   By Ron Slone

Grammar Spanish Nouns Singular and Plural Nouns
Overview

Nouns (people, places or things) in Spanish are a little different than nouns in English. That’s because in Spanish, nouns have gender. This means they can be masculine or feminine. Nouns can also be singular (one) or plural (more than one).

This is all much easier to understand when there are adjectives (words that describe) in the sentence in Spanish. The adjectives usually agree in gender and number with the nouns they describe.

Singular (one) vs. Plural (more than one)

    El hombre es muy alto.
       The man is very tall.
    Nosotros somos altos.
       We are tall.

    Ella es rubia.
       She is blonde [haired].
    Nosotras no somos rubias.
       We are not blonde [haired].

    El árbol es verde.
       The tree is green.
    Los árboles son verdes.
       The trees are green.


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