Which of the following articles could you use with the letter "t" in Spanish: "te"? Question 2

JeannetteA1Kwiziq community member

Which of the following articles could you use with the letter "t" in Spanish: "te"? Question 2

Does this mean I would never use EL or Un with Te?

Thank You

Asked 8 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Jeannette

It means that if you are referring to the letter "t" in Spanish, you would use the feminine articles, not the masculine:

la te, una te

not el te or un te

This is when we are talking about the letter t, not if we are talking about the noun "té" (tea). 

Saludos

Inma

ErikaB1Kwiziq community member

I learned that words that begin with "a" should use "el", even when they are feminine.  Are letters an exception to this?

ErikaB1Kwiziq community member

I learned that words that begin with "a" should use "el", even when they are feminine.  Are letters an exception to this?

ErikaB1Kwiziq community member

I learned that words that begin with "a" should use "el", even when they are feminine.  Are letters an exception to this?

Which of the following articles could you use with the letter "t" in Spanish: "te"? Question 2

Does this mean I would never use EL or Un with Te?

Thank You

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