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Hube (had)

Singular Plural
Male Female
Yo hube (I had) Nosotros hubimos (we had) Nosotras hubimos (we had)
Tú hubiste (you had) Vosotros hubistéis (you had) Vosotras hubistéis (you had)
él hubo  (he had) Ellos hubieron (they had)
Ella hubo (she had) Ellas hubieron (they had)
Vd./usted hubo

(You had) (respectfully)

Vds. hubieron (you had)

Examples

Have you not seen the knife, which I lost in one of the rooms of your house. No ha visto Vd. el cuchillo, que yo he perdido en una de los habitaciónes de su casa.
We will look for the daughter of the general. Nosotros buscaremos la hijo de general.
I will call to the boy, who is speaking in the street with the uncle of John. Yo llamaré al muchacho, que está hablando en la calle con el tio de Juan.

Nouns ending in a/d/ion/z are feminine

Nouns ending in o/or/al/ador are masculine

El muchacho The boy
El amigo The friend
El libro The book

El soldado

The soldier

El palacio

the soldier

El rey

The king

La muchacha

The girl

la amiga

The girl-friend

La mesa

The table

Una mazana

An apple

La casa

The house

La puerta

The door

La ciudad

The city

Plural of Nouns
1. Nouns ending in vowels are formed plural by adding ‘s’
El palacio: los palacios

2. Nouns ending in consonants and ‘y’ are formed by adding ‘es’
La ciudad: las ciudades

3. Nouns ending in ‘z’ are formed plural by changing ‘z’ to ‘ces’
El lapis: los lapices (the pencils)
La voz: laz voces (the voices)

Strong and Weak Vowels
a/o/e are strong vowels
i/u are weak vowels

Accented words
Lápiz: acute accent: laapiz (pencil)
Mañana: tilde accent: manyana (tomorrow)
El Niño (the child)