What is the difference between, for example, "el comer" and just "comer" when used as a noun? The case I'm thinking of would use a gerund in English. For example, El comer chuches antes de cenar ...
I have heard several countries expressed in Spanish with a definite article before the country name (e.g. los Estados Unidos, la Argentina, la India). Is there a rule for when this occurs and when it ...
I am trying to tell the difference between 'al' and 'a' to refer to a place. I know that you usually use a to refer to a country. But when should you use al? I am trying to teach someone the ...
It is said Los avestruces or Las avestruces? I think I've seen both ways. Maybe both ways are accepted? In singular is easier, and maybe it just extrapolates to the plural. In singular it's El ...
In Spanish sentences, I have seen that most times an article is used before the noun. But sometimes an article is not used. I am referring to articles such as el,la,los,las,un,una,unos,unas (those ...
I'm doing a Spanish project where we write a script for a commercial. First, we wrote it in English and now we have to translate to Spanish. So far, it's been okay, but I'm just not sure if I should ...