They are gramatika and negramatika.
If by "artificial gender" you mean grammatical gender, the answer is no. Many languages do without grammatical gender, for example Chinese and the made-up language Esperanto. Remember that grammatical gender is utterly unrelated to physical gender: it is all about the form of the word, not the meaning.
The Esperanto word for navy is mararmeo but there is no word for marines in Esperanto.
George Alan Connor has written: 'Esperanto' -- subject(s): Esperanto 'Esperanto' -- subject(s): Esperanto
Brigade in Esperanto is brigado
Forehead is 'frunto' in Esperanto.
Flankokupo means "hobby" in Esperanto.
"Saluton" is the Esperanto equivalent of hello.
Esperanto - album - was created in 1993.
Esperanto has pockets of speakers all over the world, but Djibouti is not a major center of Esperanto.
I love you in esperanto is Mi amas vin
These are both called tapisxo in Esperanto.
There are no Esperanto-speaking neighborhoods, but there is the Esperanto Association of Ireland. The place with the largest number of speakers is Dublin.
The Esperanto words for far and away are malproskime and for.
Esperanto has no set country. It is spoken worldwide by ~2,000,000 people.
Taiwan Esperanto Association was created in 1913.
Heroldo de Esperanto was created in 1920.
Vortaro de Esperanto was created in 1911.
World Esperanto Association was created in 1908.
Esperanto is evolving but its basis never changes. Words like "fejsbuko" the Esperanto word for Facebook has needed to be included, for example as the internet is used by Esperanto speakers from all over the World.
There are small enclaves of Esperanto speakers in almost every country in the world. France has a small esperanto-speaking population, but they are geographically diverse. The largest enclave is an Esperanto club in Hamburg.
The Esperanto words for astronaut and cosmonaut are very similar to the English words. In Esperanto you would use astronaŭto and kosmonaŭto.
Bernard Cavanagh has written: 'Esperanto' 'A first foreign language for all mankind: Esperanto' -- subject(s): Esperanto
WHat is the grammatical correctness
What are grammatical conventions*