Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 6 Noun: Gender
Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 6 Noun – Gender updated for academic session 2021-2022. Here student will practice the kinds of gender in Noun with assignments and worksheets. The exercises given at the end of chapter contains the quality questions to provide an ample practice for revision.Download Tiwari Academy app if you prefer to study through mobile.
Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 6 Noun – Gender
|Class: 3||English Grammar|
|Chapter: 6||Noun – Gender|
All nouns and pronouns have a gender. There are four kinds of gender of a noun. They are:
- 1. Masculine Gender,
- 2. Feminine Gender
- 3. Common Gender
- 4. Neuter Gender.
A noun that refers to a male is known as masculine gender. All living males come under the category of masculine gender.
King, Boy, Man, Grandfather
A noun that refers to a female is known as feminine gender. All living males come under the category of masculine gender.
Queen, Woman, Girl, Grandmother
A noun that refers to both male and female is known as common gender. Both male and female come under this category.
Parent (father or mother), Child (girl or boy), Student (girl or boy), Teacher (Master or Mistress)
Neuter Gender (neither masculine nor feminine)
A noun that refers to non-living things is known as neuter gender. All the non-living things come under this category.
Book, House, Bus, Computer
Pick out the nouns in the following sentences and write their gender:
- Priya is my sister.
- Who are the hero and heroine of this film?
- A lady came to meet my father.
- The princess loves her son.
- The woman has a dog and a horse.
- My nephew and niece live in the USA.
- Priya (Feminine)
- Hero (Masculine), heroine (feminine)
- Lady (Feminine), Father (Masculine)
- Princess (feminine), son (masculine)
- Woman (feminine), dog, horse (Masculine)