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In spanish, 'one' is 'uno'.
It is either "uno" or "un" or "una".
Use "un" when you have a masculine noun after. It also means "a" or "an". un libro = a book, one book
Use "una" when you have a feminine noun after. It also means "a" or "an". una chica = a girl, one girl
Use "uno" when you have no noun or when none is referrred to.
uno, dos, tres... or I have one! = Tengo uno.
Use "una" when you have no noun and a feminine one is referred to.
I have one! = Tengo una. (feminine noun referred to.)
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