For review and practice, try these exercises:
Vocabulary List Index:
Introduction. "Mailman" vs. "mail carrier" 0:11
Set 1 of gendered nouns (family) 1:07
Set 2 of gendered nouns (other people) 3:08
Words to refer to royalty 3:50
Set 1 of occupations 4:20
Set 2 of occupations 6:07
Quick quiz 8:14
Lesson ending 9:14
Level: intermediate to advanced
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Lesson 13 Topic: Gendered Nouns and Gender-Neutral Nouns
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