Regarding the lesson, "Some nouns have both genders without a change of meaning"

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Regarding the lesson, "Some nouns have both genders without a change of meaning"

Regarding this lesson, I do not understand how to choose the correct answer in the question when the lesson says that either gender can be used depending upon some vague circumstances. How can I, the speaker, determine which gender to use? This is a complete mystery to me. Please help.

Thank you, James

Asked 10 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola James,

the purpose of this lesson is for the student to learn some common words in Spanish that can be considered feminine or masculine, depending on the area. It is correct either way. So with these questions we want to test whether you know these words and how they can take both genders.

Saludos

Inma

Regarding the lesson, "Some nouns have both genders without a change of meaning"

Regarding this lesson, I do not understand how to choose the correct answer in the question when the lesson says that either gender can be used depending upon some vague circumstances. How can I, the speaker, determine which gender to use? This is a complete mystery to me. Please help.

Thank you, James

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