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What is the difference between amigo and amiga? I am a lady, so should I use amiga(s) to all my friends? or depends on who I am talking about? If I am talking about male, should I use amigo? Is that how it works?

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"Amiga" is what you call female friends.

"Amigo" is what you call male friends.

"Amigos" is a group of male friends or a group of male/female friends.

"Amigas" is a group of just female friends.

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I am a lady, so should I use amiga(s) to all my friends?

Just to clarify further - the ending has nothing to do with your gender, and everything to do with the gender of who or what you are talking about (in this case, friends.)

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Yes. "Amigo" means friend in the masculine form. "Amiga" means friend in the feminine form. If you are talking to a group of men and women, you should say "amigos," because the masculine sense automaticly takes over when there is a mixed group. If you are talking to men, you shoule say "amigos," and if you are talking to women, you should say "amigas." I hope you can understand it now smile

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