Couple of questions about the Spanish language?

Does the Spanish language have articles, like masculine, feminine, neuter, etc?

For example; Der, Die, Das (German), Ein, Eine, Einen, etc.

Is Spanish like that? Does it have genders?

I know this may sound like a silly question, but I know nothing about the Spanish language and I want to start learning it, and I was wondering weather it had genders or not :P

thanks in advance!

9 Answers

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Yes, there are.

    Masculine: el (singular), los (plural)

    Feminine: la (singular), las (plural).

    There's only a neuter article: lo

    Yes, it has got genders.

    Source(s): I'm spanish.
  • 9 years ago

    It's not a silly question at all, and the answer for ur question is YES, Spanish has masculine, feminine and neuter articles as well as French does. If you ever have the chance to study Spanish abroad (Spain or Latinamerica) dont think it twice and just take it. If i had to choose an accent, I think Mexican Spanish is way the best .... I'm not Mexican btw ... their pronunciation is so clear and easy to understand ... other spanish accents tend to drop some sounds which make the things a bit hard to get them ... Spanish from Spain ... no comments :P

  • huxman
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

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  • 9 years ago

    Yes, Spanish has masculine and feminine articles, which have a singular and a plural form. Spanish has no neuter.

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  • Kilroy
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    yeah as youve been told we do have genders, but nowhere near as hard as yours.. (i assume you´re german) for instance most femenine words end with an a and most masculine words end with an o and we don´t have declinations either.. and the plurals only add an s, honestly next to German for an English speaker it´s a piece of cake.

  • 9 years ago


    The singular feminine article is la, the plural feminine article is las, the singular masculine article is el, and the plural masculine article is los.

  • granny
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    Yes, Spanish has femenine, and masculine articles.

    When we say "aprendemos" , "we learn", that will be neutral, but it is not an article.

    Your question is not silly, no one knows everything about anything.

    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    Masc = EL (El avión the airplane)

    FEm = LA (La casa, the house)

    No neuter.

    PLurals: Masc: LOS aviones

    fem: LAS casas

    Source(s): Me. NSS
  • 9 years ago

    silly question

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