Would Uno naranja be acceptable as well?
No, because "naranja" is feminine.
Well, yes, but "uno" means 1, what you're talking about is "Un", right?
Does una naranja also mean "an orange"?
The word for 'one' is uno. I didn't know it changed genders. I understand una naranja is 'an orange', not un naranja....but,...Is 'one' the only number that should change genders?
Weirdly, "one" is the only number that changes with gender. So it is "Una naranja". "Uno naranja" or "Un naranja" are both wrong.
Thanks for the clear explanation, as this was confusing me
I used anaranjana! Is that just the color?
That's not a word.
I can't remember this word to save my life. Any tips?
Maybe try pronouncing the word "orange" as if it were a Spanish word? It kind of sounds like naranja that way I guess? Hopefully that helps. I haven't had trouble with this word myself.
Are one and an the same in Spanish, una?