- Modern English has also lost its system of classifying nouns into three grammatical genders, as still occurs in German.
- Most languages have a gender for nouns; in French, a pencil is male, and a pen is female.
- There are three noun cases and two genders and the idiosyncrasies are intimidating.
- It is a rule of Italian that the definite article has to ‘agree’ with the noun in gender.
- As is well known, nouns in German are assigned to one of three genders, masculine, feminine, and neuter.
- Nouns are marked for gender, number, and case as well as for definite and indefinite forms.
- This North Queensland language has four genders: masculine, feminine, edible and neuter.
2(sex)sexo masculine(stereotype/role) sexual(crisis) de identidad sexualgender gap / divide — brecha de género / entre los géneros feminine