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  1. Keith
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    Gender and number

    What aside from male and female allows you to know the words gender. example: the word Faith and Grace

  2. Keith
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith
    What aside from male and female allows you to know the words gender. example: the word Faith and Grace
    What tells me the gender of a word as in Faith and Grace

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    They are both used as women's names.

  3. Keith
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    They are both used as women's names.
    Ok now lets say that they are not used as womens names! as in I have faith in the chair I sit in and Grace gives us what we don't deserve! wHAT NOW? 8)

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    Re: Gender and number

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith
    What aside from male and female allows you to know the word's gender. example: the word Faith and Grace
    In English, words do not have grammatical gender. French does: le, la. English doesn't. :)

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