Great article (I still have trouble knowing when the article needs to be added – there are many things to remember!) It would have been good to have included the reasons why the articles are not used before explicit quantities. We use these articles to talk about people or non-specific things or if we want to generalize. “One” and “una” translate into “a” (or “an”), and they can also mean one (1). “Unos” and “unas” mean “certain” or “certain.” Here are the definitive and indeterminate articles combined: the articles can certainly be delicate, but these tiny little words should not be overlooked. Without it, it`s hard to make a correct sentence! These seven tips and tricks help you use articles correctly in Spanish and resist the urge to translate directly from English. In this section, and for the rest of the article, I`ll talk about where you should be careful with Spanish articles, because they might be different from English. When it comes to talking about the date and time, you usually need an article in Spanish. In addition, in English, we often choose prepositions (on, to, through, etc.) with date and time, whereas in Spanish we have to use Spanish items (el, la, los, las). To look more natural to your Spanish, choose a few exceptions you didn`t know before reading this article, then try using them in your next Spanish course, language exchange or any opportunity to use your Spanish. The particular article in Spanish is used when we talk about a particular person or thing, for example.
B: “Do you have the tickets?” or “The street is crowded.” The unspecified Spanish articles are: one, una, unos and unas, which are possible translations of The English articles `an` or `a` in the singular, or “a few” or “a few” in the plural. The difference between some unspecified items and items is the difference between talking about a particular cookie or an old cookie in general. If you want to add a descriptive adjective with the name, you should include the Spanish article: If you are talking about profession, religion, nationality, political ideology or other roles such as “being a parent,” you should delete the article in Spanish. Some articles are used to talk about certain names. Spanish has four specific articles: el, la, goes and read. The Spanish article is sometimes confusing for beginners, because it has to match in sex and number with the name it changes, and it does not always correspond to an article in other languages. I just want to say thank you for WRITING THIS!! I live in Spanish-speaking languages and I would often like to hear or read things with these small differences between Spanish and English. I never quite understood what particular situations were the right ones to use or omit items. It`s really useful! The only exception for the son read and one is when you talk about a time with the 1:00 time as reference. What for? Because 1 is unique! Therefore, you should naturally use the woman`s individual item.
In Spanish, another particular article is used according to sex: el hombre, la mujer, el coche, la casa. One of the most frequent omissions of the undetermined Spanish article occurs when it is used according to the verb, when the name used is related, among other things, to a profession, nationality or religion. However, it is important to remember that if nobiss is used according to an adjective, the article cannot be omitted.