Question: How do you know if a word is feminine or masculine in Portuguese?

Portuguese nouns come in two types: masculine and feminine. Masculine nouns usually end in an -o, and feminine nouns usually end in an -a. If a noun ends in a different letter, you can look up the words gender in a Portuguese-English dictionary.

Is Apple masculine or feminine in Portuguese?

Nouns ending in “ã”: a maçã = apple.

Is cinema masculine or feminine in Portuguese?

However, with gender in Portuguese, there are always complications and exceptions! Nouns ending with “ema” generally have Greek, rather than Latin roots, and are usually masculine. An exception is cinema (cinema), which is feminine.

Is Portugal feminine or masculine in French?

(masculine country) du Portugal. (feminine country) de France. (country that begins with a vowel) dItalie. (plural country) des États-Unis....la Francele Portugalles États-UnislItaliele Mexiqueles États Fédérés de MicronésielArgentinele Belizeles SalomonlEspagnele Cambodgeles Maldives5 more rows•26 Jan 2009

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