"These dresses cost a lot."
Translation:Estos vestidos cuestan mucho.
Why is it "estos" and not "estes"? Vestido is a masculine noun, if I'm not mistaken
It's "este" when referring to singular masculine, then "estos" when referring to plural masculine.
There is no "neuter" form for estos/estas. "Estos" is the masculine plural demonstrative.
este is adjective, used before a noun. another meaning is a noun, east. however esto is a singular pronoun, used as [this), such as this is a pen (esto es un boligrafo). so that masculine adjective [this) and [these) in spanish are in different forms. they are, este and estos. not like feminine, which are esta and estas. this is my understanding, may be wrong.