Indefinite Articles in Spanish

Definition: Indefinite articles in Spanish are used to suggest that the speaker does not refer to anything in particular. This is similar in many languages as Portuguese Articles, although they have some differences.


Spanish Indefinite Articles

The indefinite article has 4 forms, depending in number and gender with its noun is masculine, feminine, singular or plural but talking, about a non-specific way which is very different of definite articles, because one knows waht is the object or noun.

Number Masculine Feminine Masculine Feminine
Singular Un
A/An
Una
A/An
Alguno
Some
Alguna
Some
Plural Unos
Some
Unas
Some
Algunos
Some
Algunas
Some

Examples in Spanish:
  • He has a new table.
  • Él tiene una mesa nueva.

  • Your mother drive a old car.
  • Tu mamá maneja un auto antiguo.

  • We need some Math books.
  • Nosotros neceskitamos unos libros de Matemática.

  • Some students left
  • Algunos alumnos saliero.

  • I have some apples.
  • Tengo unas manzanas.

  • You can watch some movies.
  • Tú puedes ver algunas peliculas.

  • We had some soft drinks.
  • Tomamos algunos refrescos.


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