Hi my dictionary says that el amanecer is a noun, the dawn, so I wasn't clear that this is an infinitive. Robin

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Hi my dictionary says that el amanecer is a noun, the dawn, so I wasn't clear that this is an infinitive. Robin

Asked 1 year ago
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Hola Robin,

Amanecer can be either a verb, meaning "to get light", for example: "Ahora en verano amanece muy temprano" (Now in summer it gets light very early) or a noun, meaning "the dawn", which is how we use it in the lesson. As a noun it can take the articles, both the singular and the plural. "Me gusta ver el amanecer."

Un saludo

Hi my dictionary says that el amanecer is a noun, the dawn, so I wasn't clear that this is an infinitive. Robin

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