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21 May 2018
So if it's a female trabajador or inversor then it's changed to la trabajadora and inversora ? Then following to Las and unas inversoras?
This question relates to:Spanish lesson "Nouns ending in -or are masculine"
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That's right Meghan, nouns that en in -or are generally masculine, but if they can also refer to a woman, like trabajador or inversor, then they take the -a (la trabajadora, la inversora) and the -as for their plural (unas trabajadoras, unas inversoras).
Hi again Meghan,
Here is a lesson connected to your query about "trabajador". It is about adjectives, but it will clarify it a bit more.
Forming the singular and plural of adjectives ending in -án, ón, -or
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