Question: How do you know if a word is masculine or feminine in Dutch?

The standard language mostly distinguishes masculine and feminine genders of animate nouns by the use of the personal pronoun, which are hij/hem for masculine nouns and zij/haar for feminine nouns and by corresponding possessive pronouns, zijn/zijne for masculine nouns and haar/hare for feminine nouns; all of those ...

Are there gender neutral pronouns in Dutch?

The Dutch language does not have any official gender-neutral pronouns, although nonbinary people have adopted other sets of pre-existing pronouns, as well as neopronouns, to work around this issue.

What are the genders in Dutch?

There are three genders in Dutch: masculine, feminine, and neuter. De is used with masculine and feminine nouns. Het is used with neuter nouns. Each noun has a gender and some nouns have two genders.

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Is Denmark feminine or masculine in French?

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