Gender of Nouns

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Gender of Nouns :

Gender of Nouns Presented by: VIRGILYN G. VIAJE SAN RICARDO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL San Ricardo, Talavera, Nueva Ecija

Don’t forget:

Julie Mullins Turner A noun is a word that names something: a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. Examples: governor Alaska hospital Southeast Alabama Medical Center Don’t forget

Forms of Nouns:

Julie Mullins Turner Forms of Nouns Nouns are grouped according to their number , gender, and case.

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Gender of A Noun:

Julie Mullins Turner Gender of A Noun Gender indicates whether a noun is masculine , feminine , Common, or neuter

Masculine: :

Masculine: These nouns pertain to the male gender. Example: uncle, brother, men, bull, rooster, stallion, sir, man, king Julie Mullins Turner

Feminine: :

Feminine: These nouns pertain to the female gender. Example: aunt, sister, women, cow, hen, filly, hostess, woman, madam Julie Mullins Turner

Common:

Common These nouns pertain to either the male or the female genders or it can pertain to both the male and the female. Examples: (masculine or feminine): president, plumber, doctor, parent Julie Mullins Turner

Neuter :

Neuter These nouns pertain to inanimate objects or those things which do not have life and therefore cannot have gender. Example: (without gender): tree, cobweb, garage, closet Julie Mullins Turner

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