Words that end in -ma and -pa are generally always feminine in Spanish. TRUE OR FALSE
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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I would say yes.
sí, I would say true.
Er, no, actually most nouns that end in -a are feminine, but there are exceptions. LIke these: el idioma, el problema, el sistema, el clima, el tema, and so on.
Note that these exceptions all end not just in -a, but specifically in -ma. Most nouns that end in -ma are masculine.
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I was confused, because it said generally. Ok. ^^ you're right.
That was a tricky question. Nouns that end in -a are generally feminine. But there's a special subset of these words ending in -ma that are generally masculine. This is true also of words ending in -ta. (I don't know anything about words ending in -pa. Perhaps that's a transcription error?)
Not all masculine nouns ending in -a fall into those two categories. But there aren't that many others, I don't think.