"The girl has a mouse."
Translation:La ragazza ha un topo.
There's a Spanish song about a girl called Susanita who had a mouse. A tiny little mouse.
I think it's similar to Spanish: Each object has the gender embedded in it (even in English the general gender for an object is often assumed, too)
I heard an "a" at the end of 'un,' which would make it feminine, but it isn't. Right?