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Nouns and Articles - Index

Post by BillyShears » Tue Feb 19, 2013 4:07 am

L1: Nouns
  • Introduction
  • Masculine nouns ending in -o / Feminine nouns ending in -a
<click here> to view L1: Nouns.

L2: Articles
  • Introduction
  • The definite article
  • Masculine definite articles (lo ,il, l', gli, i)
  • Feminine definite articles (la, l', le)
  • The indefinite articles
  • Indefinite articles (una, un', uno, un)
<click here> to view L2: Articles.

L3: Nouns Ending In -e
  • Nouns ending in -e can be masculine or feminine
  • Most nouns ending in -e form their plural by changing the -e to -i
  • Words ending –ore are usually masculine
  • Words ending –ione are usually feminine
  • With human beings the gender of the noun is usually determined by the sex of the person referred to
  • Most masculine nouns ending in -tore change to -trice for the feminine
<click here> to view L3: Nouns Ending In -e.

L4: Irregular Nouns
  • Nouns ending in -essa
  • Masculine nouns ending in –a
  • Feminine nouns ending in –o
  • Nouns ending in –ista, -cida, -ota, -eta, -asta, –iatra
  • Masculine nouns of Greek origin ending in –amma, -emma, -ama, -ema, -oma, -sma, -eta
<click here> to view L4: Irregular Nouns.

L5: Irregular Plural Endings
  • Feminine nouns ending in –ca, –ga
  • Masculine nouns ending in –go
  • Masculine nouns ending in –co
  • Nouns ending in –io, -cia, -gia
  • Nouns invariable in the plural
  • Masculine nouns that become feminine in the plural
  • Masculine nouns that can become masculine or feminine in the plural
  • Nouns completely irregular in the plural
<click here> to view L5: Irregular Plural Endings.

L6: Compound Nouns
  • Regular noun behavior
  • Invariable behavior
  • With noun plus noun separated by a hyphen only the first noun becomes plural
<click here> to view L6: Compound Nouns.

L7: Usage of the Definite Article
  • With general or abstract nouns
  • With languages
  • With geographical names
  • With titles before names
  • With adjectives and verbs used as nouns
  • With time expressions
  • With days of the week
  • Before last names of famous women
<click here> to view L7: Usage of the Definite Article.
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