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    Okay, so this is a matching problem. We have to match the NOUNS with their correct ADJECTIVES. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We have FOUR nouns, here: -- casas -- coches -- escuela -- ejército ~~~~~~~~~~ We have to match them with one of these four adjectives: -- bonito -- bonita -- bonitos -- bonitas (Bonito means "pretty," or "nice.") ~~~~~~~~~~~ There's one BIG RULE that we have to remember, here: **Adjectives always get paired with nouns of the same GENDER and QUANTITY** GENDER can be MASCULINE or FEMININE QUANTITY can be SINGULAR or PLURAL ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FEMININE nouns usually end with the letter A. Like....CASA...MANZANA...CABEZA.... MASCULINE nouns usually DO NOT end with the letter A. Like....LUGAR...PLATANO....ESTOMAGO... PLURAL nouns end with the letter S. (PLURAL means MORE THAN ONE.) SINGULAR nouns usually DO NOT end with an S. (SINGULAR means JUST ONE.) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ So, what we have to do is take a look at the noun. We have ask ourselves two questions: 1. Is the noun SINGULAR or PLURAL? 2. Is the noun MASCULINE or FEMININE? Let's take a look at the first noun on your list: CASAS. 1. Is it singular or plural? -- I can see that it ends with an S, which makes it PLURAL. 2. Is it masculine or feminine? -- I can see that without the S, it would be "casa." That ends with an A. So, it would be FEMININE. So, CASAS is PLURAL, and FEMININE. We have to match it with an adjective that is also PLURAL and FEMININE. And that would be BONITAS. You see? Hopefully you can use this information to do the others on your own. I'll double check for you afterward, if you like.

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