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Some in Spanish 🇪🇸

in English in Spanish S
some algunos
How to say “some” in Spanish? “Algunos”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “algunos” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on some in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “Some”

Spanish sentence with “algunos” English translation for algunos S

Yo tuve algunos problemas.

I had some problems

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Normal speech: ahl-GOO-nos
IPA: alˈɣunos

8 months ago

Grammar tip

Remember that if you are using the word with a feminine word, it is algunas.

8 months ago

Memory helper

Algunos ain’t all the ‘gunos, just SOME.

a year ago

? funny and helpful

3 months ago

Its a hard word


5 months ago

What the-

5 months ago

algunos info.

– Think of “algunos” as a combination of “algún” (some, any) and “unos” (ones), and try associating it with the idea of “some” or “a few”.
– Practice the phrase “algunos de”, which means “some of” in English, to get used to using “algunos” in context.
– Remember that “algunos” is typically used for masculine plural nouns. For feminine, it changes to “algunas”.

– “Algunos” is a plural adjective or pronoun in Spanish used to refer to an indefinite, non-specific quantity of something, which is more than one but not necessarily many.

– “Varios” (various, several): implies slightly more than “algunos” but less than “muchos” (many).
– “Unos cuantos” (a few): similar to “algunos” but can imply a smaller number.
– “Pocos” (few): suggests not many, fewer in number compared to “algunos”.

In colloquial usage, depending on the context, “algunos” can imply an unspecified but small amount, somewhat akin to saying “a couple” or “a few” in English to mean not many.

– Algunos estudiantes ya han terminado el examen. (Some students have already finished the test.)
– ¿Puedes traerme algunos libros de la biblioteca? (Can you bring me some books from the library?)
– Algunos de los invitados llegarán tarde. (Some of the guests will arrive late.)
– En algunas ocasiones, prefiero estar solo. (On some occasions, I prefer to be alone.)
– Hemos perdido algunos juegos este año. (We’ve lost some games this year.)

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