Why is is una Calle and not un Calle?
It's a femanine word
I thought the words were categorized by masculine and feminine using the letters "o" and "a"
That's just a general rule. You have to memorize them. For example, the hand is la mano, so a hand would be una mano.
What is un jiron?
I googled jiron and it translated it as "a shred"?
Why is a street feminine? And a bus masculine? And a suitcase feminine?
I was thinking it was because calle ends as a vowel and autobus ends as a consonant
I typed "una ca" and as I was reaching the L on my keyboard my finger slipped and pressed enter.
I said no, "un jirón"??m
It said it after I answered correctly, not me
how? what? huh? HOW?
If your wondering hpw its a feminine word, it is becuase theoreticaly, a women would be saying this in our cercumstance, since a female voice is saying the phrase. Hope this helps