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  • #16
    Even more Porques but there's no answer - you just have to learn them. That's why it's very important to say the article with the word!
    Why is the sea feminine in French - la mer - and masculine in Spanish - el mar - when they're both Gallic languages?

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    • #17
      for those of us learning Spanish....
      I post one word (palabra) you post next.............................................. ......

      Una tortilla Franchesca con queso?

      Huevo

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      • #18
        Yep You sure can't make a tortilla without breaking LOS huevos!

        Las uvas.
        I take it, although it's feminine, it will be el uva? Reason I thought of it is I always used to mix up my huevos and uvas!

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        • #19
          and another one

          y los patatas bravos?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Alyson
            Even more Porques but there's no answer - you just have to learn them. That's why it's very important to say the article with the word!
            Why is the sea feminine in French - la mer - and masculine in Spanish - el mar - when they're both Gallic languages?
            Actually. It's correct grammar to use both la mar and El mar.
            Don't ask me why. I'm fluent in Spanish but I'm crap in grammar.. In any language I'm afraid.

            El refresco - beverage

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            • #21
              Cerveza - beer

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              • #22
                un vino tinto

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