What would you like to do?
The English language does not use gender words; all nouns are neuter and take neuter verbs. English uses different words for a male or a female person or animal. . The word cr…ow is a neutral noun, a singular, common noun.
It is angelo for both male and female. eg (Lei) é un angelo =She is an angel
Masculine. "devi portare un dolce?"
In French a male wolf is un loup and the female is une louve (and a wolf-cub is un louveteau)
Feminine. La famille.
Neither. English nouns do not have grammatical gender.
"look at" is a verb, so there is no gender. Only nouns have a gender.
It depends on the subject. If you are talking to a girl, use "you" as feminine. If you are talking to a a male or both, you use the masculine
Yes, it is. (vine = La vigne...When you say "la", this is feminine)
platypus is the name of a species as in masculine and feminine
tanti o guri cara mia
masculine it means shoulder
There is no noun gender distinction in the English language.