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Author(s): Atiqa Hachimi
  1. The nature of grammatical gender Arabic has two genders, conventionally known as feminine and masculine. It has no neutral. In general, masculine nouns are not marked for gender, but feminine nouns may or may not be marked. Every animate and inanimate noun must have a grammatical gender irrespective of whether the noun is marked or not. Gender distinction coincides with natural sex division in nouns that denote animates; thus, nouns denoting female humans and animals are feminine, while nouns denoting male…
Date: 2018-10-20