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As a general rule, you cannot have articles and demonstratives both in front of a noun: Nueva gramática de la lengua española (2009) (p. 1380) 19.1j El artículo, los demostrativos y los posesivos se excluyen mutuamente como introductores del grupo nominal, con excepciones […] But there are exceptions and so we can say that for the first one, yes. ...


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Pescado can be uncountable referring to a general foodstuff: Comí pescado hoy But it can also be used as a countable referring to a single (caught) fish, in which case it can needs to be pluralized if more than one: Comí solo un pescado hoy. ¿Te crees? ¡Comí diez pescados hoy! In English, fish is invariable be it countable or uncountable. It ...



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