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"Empleo" is a noun which is often translated as "employment", and "casa" is a noun which is often translated as "house". Learn more about the difference between "empleo" and "casa" below.
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (occupation)
a. employment
El pleno empleo es uno de los principales objetivos del gobierno.Full employment is one of the main objectives of the government.
b. work
La falta de empleo es un problema que va en aumento en nuestra sociedad.The lack of work is a growing problem in our society.
2. (position)
a. job
Para conseguir el empleo, primero tienes que pasar la entrevista.To get the job, you have first to pass an interview.
b. post
El empleo de contable ya no está vacante.The post in accounting has already been filled.
3. (utilization)
a. use
El empleo de armas por la policía está altamente regulado.The use of weapons by the police is highly regulated.
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A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
1. (dwelling)
a. house
Vivimos en una casa con un gran jardín.We live in a house with a big garden.
2. (household)
a. home
Mi casa es donde mi familia y mis amigos están.My home is where my family and friends are.
3. (business)
a. company
La casa se hace cargo de los gastos de envío.The company covers the shipping costs.
4. (royal lineage)
a. house
La familia real de España pertenece a la casa de los Borbones.The Spanish Royal Family belongs to the house of Bourbon.
5. (bar, restaurant)
a. house
El vino de la casa es de buen precio y alta calidad.The house wine is a good price and high quality.
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