Please provide clearer explanation of rule, 'Don't mix the indefinite adjective algún with the indefinite pronoun alguno. You can never use alguno with a noun!'. Thank you
Sorry about the late response.
What we mean here is that algún is an adjective and as such, it accompanies a noun "algún estudiante", but "alguno" can also be a "pronoun" and as such, it won't be followed by a noun. But we forgot to attach the link to the lesson explaining the pronouns so I have just done that. Here is the link for you so you can see what we are referring to when we say "don't mix them up".
I hope this helps.
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