Practical Guide to Spanish Vocabulary. ‘-e’ Ending Nouns

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In this Spanish vocabulary lesson we’re going to learn 25 masculine nouns ending in e.

Spanish vocabulary. Getting the gender right

The only way you can guarantee you’ll say the gender of Spanish nouns correctly every time is by learning them ALWAYS with their article (el or la). Even when you’re studying nouns ending in ‘o’ and ‘a’.

Make sure the Spanish vocabulary lessons in the course you’re studying give you all nouns with either el or la.

If your Spanish vocabulary lessons only give you, for instance, gripe, problema and mano instead of la gripe, el problema and la mano, they’re doing you a big disservice.

Learning Spanish nouns with their article when you first come across them is much easier than re-learning them at a later stage.

Another great way of learning Spanish vocabulary fast, and remember it, is by making connections between the new words.

That’s why I’ve grouped words in this Practical Guide to Spanish Vocabulary by gender or topic. Let’s learn 25 masculine nouns ending in e.

You can hear these 25 Spanish nouns in my course Learn Spanish At Your Own Pace.

Spanish vocabulary. Masculine nouns in ‘e’

Spanish nouns ending in ‘e’ English translation
el aceite the oil
el albaricoque the apricot
el billete the ticket
el café the coffee
el calmante the painkiller
el cheque the cheque
el chocolate the chocolate
el chupete the (baby’s) dummy
el cine the cinema
el coche the car
el deporte the sport
el diente the tooth
el equipaje the luggage
el escaparate the shop window
el filete the steak
el mensaje the message
el nombre the name
el padre the father
el paquete the parcel
el parque the park
el pasaporte the passport
el peine the comb
el sobre the envelope
el suavizante the hair conditioner
el viaje the trip, the journey

Spanish vocabulary. Learning with audio

The fastest way you can learn Spanish vocabulary is with a mixture of text and audio.

Online courses, podcasts with transcripts, book + audio courses, and software courses can all help you learn Spanish vocabulary quickly, and they’ll do wonders for your pronunciation.

For more tips on how to learn Spanish vocabulary without wasting your time, download a free sample of my study guide How to Learn Spanish.

It’s your turn

Do you know other Spanish masculine nouns ending in ‘e’? Tell me! Type them in the comment box below.

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