Other forms indicating sex/gender
Or he-she- (stressed) is used as a prefix in e.g. he-goat/she-goat, or wolf/she-wolf. (Longman English Grammar, L.G. Alexander. First published 1988)
I was wondering if the 'he-she' is commonly used in modern English?
If we want to emphaize the gender of judges, which of the followings are more common in modern English?
'woman judge' and 'female judge'
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