Spanish nouns that end in a consonant and refer to inanimate objects are generally masculine, although there are some exceptions. Look at these examples:
Whatever the gender, they all form their plural by adding -es.
Read and listen to these examples:
- Forming regular masculine and feminine nouns (singular and plural)
- Gender of nouns ending in -umbre, -ión, -dad, -tad, -tis and -sis and their plural
- Gender of animated nouns (animate objects)
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