Reflection of Natural Gender in Linguistics is a Grammatical Gender
Keywords:anthropocentric approach, gender, linguistic phenomena, stereotypical ideas, socio-sexual relations, masculine and feminine, sex, male and female
This article addresses gender in modern linguistics. The term "gender" is commonly used to refer to the biological and social distinctions between men and women. The term “gender” in linguistics formation and intensive development of the study of gender in linguistics occurs at the end of the XX century. People may also be aware that words in languages can be both masculine and feminine. It may appear at first glance that grammatical gender reflects natural gender in grammar.
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