Do you know the name of PROFESSIONS IN SPANISH?
Professions in Spanish is translated as “LAS PROFESIONES“, as you can see profesión is a feminine name. Today you are going to learn the name of some professions in Spanish. First, if you want a copy of the pdf sheet, just leave us a message in the comments and we will send it to you. After that practice the vocabulary with the quizzes below.
How to use articles with Spanish occupations and their gender
In Spanish you don’t have to use de article un/una (a/an) when you say your job: Soy profesora (I am a teacher), and very important, don’t forget that most professions have to agree in gender and number with the people that are referred to: cartero (a postman) una cartera (a postwoman), un abogado (a lawyer), una abogada (a woman lawyer), un profesor (a teacher), una profesora… Although, there are exceptions like for instance those occupations ending in -ista, that can be used for both genders: un artista, una artista. Click on this link if you want to learn 20 jobs ending in -ista with flashcards.
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peluquero, bombero, fontanero, policía, carnicero, banquera, cocinero, secretaria, médico, enfermera, cocinero, camarero.