Why not include nouns ending in -tud which is often cited in various sources as usually feminine.

MichaelC1Kwiziq community member

Why not include nouns ending in -tud which is often cited in various sources as usually feminine.

Asked 3 years ago
InmaKwiziq team member
Hola Michael We will be adding more lessons dealing with gender and we will include nouns ending in -tud and-ía for example, as well. Gracias.
AB2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Uh no. So in one lesson you guys said calor was feminine. Even though in three years of Spanish I've always only seen it as masculine. But in fact it can be either according to the RAE. Now in this lesson I marked it as feminine and you guys say I'm wrong. So you guys need to fix this answer or at least be consistent.

InmaKwiziq team member

Hola A

Yes, that was a mistake on our part and I just fixed it.

If you see something unusual you can send us a message and we will be very happy to sort it out : )

Why not include nouns ending in -tud which is often cited in various sources as usually feminine.

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