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  • 27 Oct 2015
    A sign using symbols for men and women
    Ronald Batchelor

    ¡Viva la diferencia! The Concept of Gender in Spanish

    To the English-speaking beginner, the notion of masculine (henceforth>M.) and feminine (henceforth>F.) gender for Spanish nouns seems bewildering. Perhaps it should not be so. For in most European languages of Indo-European origin, and this includes Pashto, Hindi, among many others, but excludes Basque, Finnish, Hungarian or Turkish, gender distinction forms an integral part of grammatical […]

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