Feminine singular nouns

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Feminine singular nouns

The lesson addresses masculine singular nouns but not feminine singular nouns. 

Would we say:

 El guiso lleva mucha salvia.

 OR Comiste mucha coliflor. 

Thanks.

Asked 1 month ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Marcos

Yes, we limited the use of mucho here to the masculine form as this is what seems to be the confusion in students when using muy and mucho. We don't go into detail here on the different forms of mucho - the idea here is to distinguish between "very" and "a lot" in Spanish. We refer to students to the more detailed lesson in the TIP part, so they can see the agreement. 

For any feminine noun you need mucha, muchas:

El guiso lleva mucha sal.

Comiste mucha coliflor.

He comido muchas patatas.

Saludos

Feminine singular nouns

The lesson addresses masculine singular nouns but not feminine singular nouns. 

Would we say:

 El guiso lleva mucha salvia.

 OR Comiste mucha coliflor. 

Thanks.

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