"In the street."
Translation:En la calle.
in most cases the masculine form for nouns has an o or an e after it but there's some weird cases where feminine nouns have an o or an e after them and vise versa... i mean as far as far as I know
Street is a female word so use el for male and la for female. It can be confusing but you just have to learn which words are male or female as you go on.
In a previous question la calle translates as the street. But it doesn't apply the other wsy round here. Hmm.
I think ... Often, NOT always!, if a noun ends with o ... use un or el ... el sombrero , un baño, él museo. If a noun ends with a ... use una or la ... la maleta , una boleta, una manzana.
If a noun ends with an e ... we have to memorize.