What is a Gargola?

What is a Gargola?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gárgola is the Spanish word for gargoyle, and may refer to: Gárgola, prize-winning novel by Spanish author José Antonio Ramírez Lozano, 1984. La Gárgola 2014 album.

What is the meaning of Alumno?

An alumnus (masculine, plural alumni) or alumna (feminine, plural alumnae) is a former student or pupil of a school, college, or university. Commonly, but not always, the word refers to a graduate of the educational institution in question. To find out what matriculation means click here.

Does alumnos have an accent?

alumno (sust.) The word alumno is divided in 3 syllables: a-lum-no. The word alumno is oxytone because the tonic syllable is the penultimate syllable. It does not have a graphic accent because it is paroxytone and ends in ‘n’, ‘s’ or vowel.

How do you say Companeras in English?

noun, plural com·pa·ñe·ras [kom-puhn-yair-uhz; Spanish kawm-pah-nye-rahs]. (in the southwestern U.S.) a female companion; friend.

Is Papel masculine or feminine?

“If a word ends in l, o, n, e, r, [or] s it’s almost always going to be a masculine word… for example… papel… one common exception to this… are words that end in ión… these words are actually… feminine…so we have la oración…

Where is the accent in cuanto?

When cuanto, cuanta, cuantos, and cuantas appear as relative adjectives they don’t have the accent mark over them, and they appear in the middle of a sentence before the noun they refer to. They don’t ask a question, instead they join two clauses together.

What is the meaning of Amiga?

noun, plural a·mi·gas [uh-mee-guhz; Spanish ah-mee-gahs]. a female friend.

Is Companera masculine or feminine?


number feminine masculine
plural compañeras compañeros
singular compañero

Is estudiante male or female?

Spanish Nouns That Don’t Have Separate Gender Forms

Masculine Feminine Translation
el telefonista la telefonista the operator
el modelo la modelo the model
el joven la joven the youth
el estudiante la estudiante the student

What is loner used for in Spanish?

[ˈləʊnəʳ ] solitario (solitaria ) m/f.