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indefinite articles (un, una) are used only before modified nouns, that is nouns followed by adjectives. False. The usage, as well as the difference in usage, of definite and indefinite articles has no dependency on whether or not the following word is a modified noun or a noun. They're both the same thing, a noun. 'Modified Noun` is itself, a ...


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indefinite articles (un, una) are used only before modified nouns, that is nouns followed by adjectives. I think that this is not true. A modified noun with "una": una casa roja (=a red house) An unmodified noun with "una": una casa (=a house) Both sentences are perfectly valid in Spanish. And, regarding modified and unmodified nouns, definite ...


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I'm not a language teacher nor a linguist but I think your teacher is wrong or you missunderstood something. I've seen a dog He visto un perro Perro is not a modified noun (appart from being indefinite) there but it is not a particular dog so we use indefinite article. I've seen the (same than last week) dog He visto el perro For the ...



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