SSL Articles and Demonstratives

In Spanish, the definite article has 4 forms, depending on whether the noun is masculine, feminine, singular or plural. The demonstrative adjectives typically are placed before the nouns they modify. They must match the noun in both number and gender.
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The (Singular, Masculine)
El
The (Singular, Feminine)
La
A or An (Singular, Masculine)
Un
A or An (Singular, Feminine)
Una
This (Singular, Masculine)
Este
This (Singular, Feminine)
Esta
That (Singular, Masculine)
Ese
That (Singular, Feminine)
Esa
That (Singular, Masculine)
(Farther away in terms of distance or time)
Aquel
That (Singular, Feminine)
(Farther away in terms of distance or time)
Aquella
The (Plural, Masculine)
Los
The (Plural, Feminine)
Las
Some (Plural, Masculine)
Unos
Some (Plural, Feminine)
Unas
These (Plural, Masculine)
Estos
These (Plural, Feminine)
Estas
Those (Plural, Masculine)
Esos
Those (Plural, Feminine)
Esas
Those (Plural, Masculine)
(Farther away in terms of distance or time)
Aquellos
Those (Plural, Feminine)
(Farther away in terms of distance or time)
Aquellas
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