"A car and a bicycle."
Translation:Un carro y una bicicleta.
I would say that an American site would not be using Spanish in Spain but Mexico which this link confirms https://spanish.stackexchange.com/questions/11966/difference-between-coche-and-carro
It’s all about the Latin languages!! French, Spanish, Italian, etc., seem to be filled with seemingly (for us anglo-saxons) random uses of genres. Sadly, There’s no easy out.
BUT there exists certains Rules of thumb to help the guessing game:
Words ending with the sound “O” —> masculin While those finishing in “A”—> féminin
Fun fact: Rosario is a female first name but a masculine name A rose <—> Un rosariO
And of course there are exceptions
A problem <—> Un problemA
(I) have ---> tengo has ---> tiene (You) have ---> tienes
Un and una are meaning "a/an" in English. But there is a difference and, you can find it in the ampule. The ampule resides in the traning side. Press the intro and, you will see the ampule symbol. Difference between una/un is telling in one of them.
But i can tell a little bit. Una is feminine. Un is masculene.
I got this answer wrong because i did "Un carro y un bicileta" i know your supposed to do "una" for feminine and "un" for masculine but it doesnt if it is a feminine or masculine it just says "a car and a bicycle" so i dont know the difference between "una" and "un" if it doent have people involved in it...