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2) Nouns that refer to days of the week, months of the year, and 
    names of rivers, and oceans, are masculine
el lunes Monday
el martes Tuesday
el miércoles Wednesday
el jueves Thursday
el viernes Friday
el sábado  Saturday
el domingo Sunday
el mes de enero the month of January
el mes de diciembre the month of December
el Océano Atlántico The Atlantic Ocean
el Océano Pacífico The Pacific Ocean
3) Some nouns that allude to people do not change their form when the gender is inverted
el dentista la dentista dentist
el columnista la columnista columnist
el estudiante la estudiante student
el paciente la paciente patient
el joven la joven young person
el dibujante la dibujante sketcher
el pianista la pianista pianist
el masajista la masajista masseur
4) Other nouns are masculine or feminine depending on their meaning
el capital capital investment
la capital capital city
el policia policeman
la policia police department
el cometa comet
la cometa kite
el cólera cholera
la cólera anger
el frente front
la frente forehead
el orden order
la orden command
el cura  priest
la cura cure
el papa pope
la papa potato
el corte cut
la corte court
Singular Nouns  -  making plural
Nouns that end in a vowel become plural when an ¨S¨´ is added to the end of the word.
zapato zapatos shoe
silla sillas chair
mesa mesas table
mano manos hand
estudiante estudiantes student
Nouns that end in consonant , an "es" is added to the end of the word to make them plural
most nouns that end in "es" remain unchanged when made plural.
tenedor tenedores fork
televisor televisores tv
barril barriles barrel
lunes lunes Monday
martes martes Thursday
When nouns end in the consonant "Z", the "z' changes for 'c' before making them plural.
lápiz lápices pencil
luz luces light practice practice


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