We use junto, junta, juntos and juntas in order to say together.
Read and listen to these examples with junto, junta, juntos and juntas accompanying a noun:
Había demasiado polvo junto en la habitación.There was too much dust gathered in the bedroom.
Nunca he visto tanta gente junta.I have never seen so many people together.
Carlos y su hijo fueron juntos al cine.Carlos and his son went together to the cinema.
Las chicas se vistieron juntas en el vestuario.The girls got dressed together in the changing room.
In the examples above, junto and junta agree with uncountable nouns, whereas juntos and juntas agree with countable nouns.
The adjectives junto/junta/juntos/juntas agree in gender and number with the noun they refer to.
- Junto = singular masculine
- Junta = singular feminine
- Juntos = masculine plural
- Juntas = feminine plural
When there is a mix of masculine and feminine nouns that need juntos/juntas we use the masculine form: juntos
Carmen y Antonio fueron al teatro juntos.
Carmen and Antonio went to the theatre together.
Note that when using junto/junta in the singular form with uncountable nouns (for example money or dust) there is a nuance of something being "accumulated in a place" or "a pile of something".
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