What is the meaning of definite and indefinite?
Subsequently, one may also ask, what is the means of indefinite?
adjective. not definite; without fixed or specified limit; unlimited: an indefinite number. not clearly defined or determined; not precise or exact: an indefinite boundary; an indefinite date in the future.
Secondly, what are the 4 indefinite articles? The Spanish indefinite articles are: un, una, unos, and unas, which are possible translations of the English articles 'an' or 'a' in singular, or 'some' or 'a few' in plural.
Beside above, what is a definite article example?
Singular, countable noun – Used before a singular noun, something that can be counted, the definite article specifies which one is being referred to. For example, “The thief has run away.” Plural, countable noun – It may be used before a plural countable noun, when the noun is specific, not general.
What are the Spanish definite and indefinite articles?
The Spanish indefinite articles are un, una, unos and unas. Just like the definite articles, each corresponds to a gender and to a number. Use un for singular, masculine nouns. Un día (a day), un perro (a dog).