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Nouns As numbers and Genders
Nouns are handled as Numbers and as Genders
संज्ञा को वचन के रूप में और लिंग के रूप में प्रबंधन किया जाता है |
Numbers of Nouns (संज्ञा का वचन):
Notes: Modern classification के अनुसार uncountable nouns का numbers नहीं होते हैं |
Noun which tells its number one or more than one is called number.
There are two kinds of number;
(I) Singular Number : The noun which tells only one number in counting this is called singular number.
Example: boy, girl, toy, book, pen, mouse, wire, mobile etc.
(II) Plural Number: The noun which tells number more than one is plural number.
Example: boys, girls, toys, books, pens, mouses, wires, mobile etc.
(II) Plural Number
Genders of nouns (संज्ञा का लिंग):
All nouns can be classified under Genders; i.e
(i) Masculine Genders : Male Nouns refer to Masculine genders, like brother, Father, Ox, Dog, boy and hero etc.
(ii) Feminine Genders : Female nouns refer to Feminine genders, like sister, Mother, cow, girls and heroine etc.
(iii) Common Genders: Common genders are those nouns which can be either male or female, like teacher, baby, neighbor, guardian and parent etc.
(iv) Neuter Genders: Neuter Genders are non-living nouns, like stone, rocks, kite, book, pen, building, hydrogen and pencil etc.