What is an English grammar gender?
4 months ago
English does not have a gendered grammatical structure like many European languages do (e.g. le/la in French or der/die/das in German). However, it does have some gendered words which refer to a role or a job that a person has, for example, actor/actress and Duke/Duchess (a hereditary title). There can also be different words for a male or female animal, such as a cow or bull, mare or stallion (horses), ewe or ram (sheep).
3 months ago