Agreement Masculine Or Feminine
Russian names are not sexy just because they have accents. The reason adjectives and verbs find nouns so pleasurable is that they also have gender and declension class, and it is these adjectives and verbs with which they must correspond. All adjectives and verbs from the past tense must correspond to nouns such as masculine, feminine, castrated or pluralistic. Let`s start at the beginning. On the other hand, where there is no difference in pronunciation between the masculine and feminine form, it seems more acceptable to have the adjective (masculine) right after a feminine noun. A man (a man) is a man and „a perfect man” is written: personal pronouns must correspond in sex with the names to which they refer (their predecessors called). In English, there are three grammatical sexes: masculine, feminine and castrated. The only difference between the adjective and verbal agreement system is that in the plural, the sending of correspondence is always despite the fact that the form of the past tense is always a hard consonant. Conforming in tense forms and assembled humors is probably the hardest thing — take a look at the over-conformance of the verb for details. Most French nouns have a singular form and a plural form. Names relating to human beings or animals also have a masculine form and a feminine form.
In principle, the following rules mean that there are cases when you may end up with a masculine adjective right after a feminine noun. For example, the translation of white pants and shirts with the same order of nouns as English: if all the related nouns have the same sex, then the sex of the adjective follows that of the nouns (so is white feminine because the shirt and tie are both feminine). If their sexes differ, the name is made masculine at least by writing carefully. For example, there are only two places where Russians have kept their tuning system interesting (so you won`t get bored of learning the language). First, words that end on soft consonances are in the main weibity and take the chord that ends on a; However, there are a few words that end on soft consonants that are men and do not end for the chord. For example, well, it`s obvious that it`s too easy. Suppose you mean interesting movies and plays. The French word film is masculine, but the word or expression pièce (de théâtre) (french for „jeu” in the theatrical sense of the term) is feminine.
What concordance should we put on the adjective interesting? Similarly, if we mean a red pencil and a pencil (where both elements are red), do we make the adjective singular or plural (and again, with what word do we do it)? Most French adjectives are made in the plural by adding the singular form of the adjective (either masculine or feminine) -s: To prevent the simplicity of the Russian language from getting out of control, Russians do not maintain a one-to-one concordance between sex, the four classes of declension and the four correspondences. On the contrary, as we have seen, the concordance is based on a fairly sophisticated algorithm. There are four categories of correspondence with the sexy nominal nouns just mentioned: masculine, feminine, castrated and plural. Each adjective predicate and verb of the form of the past tense must have an extension that reflects one of these categories that it finds in the subject. The end of contracts is shown in Table 1 below. Remember that match categories do not correspond to one with natural sex or declension classesS declination I nouns can be either masculine () or castrated () and both declination II () and declension III names () are feminine (male-female relationships are never easy). . . .