|Table of contents|
|Section A: Multiple Choice Questions|
|Section B: Short Questions|
|Section C: Fill in the Blanks|
|Section D: True or False|
Q.1. Which of the following is an example of a common gender noun?
Q.2. Choose the correct feminine form of the given masculine noun: "Nephew"
Q.3. What type of gender noun is "sun"?
Q.4. Which of the following nouns has the same word form for both masculine and feminine genders?
Q.5. Which of the following is an example of a neuter gender noun?
Q.1. What are the four types of gender in nouns?
Q.2. Give an example of a masculine noun and its feminine counterpart.
Q.3. Provide an example of a noun that can be both masculine and feminine.
Q.4. How can you change the gender of a noun that ends with -man?
Q.5. Write a sentence using a neuter gender noun.
Q.1. Nouns that refer to males are of the _______ gender.
Q.2. Nouns that refer to females are of the _______ gender.
Q.3. Nouns that can refer to both males and females are of the _______ gender.
Q.4. Nouns that refer to things without life are usually of the _______ gender.
Q.5. The gender of a noun can sometimes be determined by the _______ at the end of the word.
Q.1. A noun that denotes a male is called the masculine gender.
Q.2. The neuter gender is used for denoting living things.
Q.3. The feminine gender is used for denoting female living beings.
Q.4. The common gender is used for denoting both male and female living beings.
Q.5. There are five genders in English.