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I was wondering if "el ala" belonged to those group of nouns that start with an "a", where the definite article changes from LA to EL.
I also read that the indefinite article "UN" instead of "UNA" can be used before these nouns. I was wondering if this is an optional choice of a strict requirement.
Is "una ala" completely wrong or are both "un ala" and "una ala" correct?
Jan 2, 2022 at 13:03
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