Note that to express some / a few + [plural noun] in Spanish, you use either unos or unas, depending on the gender of the noun it refers to:
- Unos for masculine plural nouns
- Unas for feminine plural nouns
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It is important to remember that in Spanish, like in all Latin languages, every noun is either masculine or feminine.
Note that if unos or unas is used before an item that exists in the plural to refer to a single object, the article can mean "one" or "one pair".
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