Thursday, 4 June 2020

CBSE Class 6 - English Grammar - Gender Nouns (Worksheet)(#eduvictors)(#englishgrammar)(#cbse2020)

Gender Nouns (Worksheet)

Class 6 - 8 English Grammar 

CBSE Class 6 - English Grammar -  Gender Nouns (Worksheet)(#eduvictors)(#englishgrammar)(#cbse2020)

In English grammar, there are four types of gender nouns:
① Masculine gender
② Feminine gender
③ Common gender
④ Neuter gender


Question 1 :In the following sentences, identify the type of gender-noun of the underlined word.

1. A child is playing in the play-ground.

2. We cannot see stars in day time.

3. Books are our best friends.



4. She wants a black horse.

5. Nikita is a very naughty girl.

6. The applicant must sign this form.

7, The empress will arrive tomorrow.


Answers:
1: child - common gender
2: stars - neuter gender
3: Books - neuter gender
4: horse - masculine gender
5: girl - feminine
6: applicant - common 
7: empress - feminine


Question 2: Fill in the blanks using the opposite gender of the noun given in the bracket.

1. She likes the ………… of this movie. (hero)

2. It is a ritual to ride a ………… during  the wedding procession. (horse)

3. Farmers keep the ………… for the production of egg. (rooster)

4. The …………. didn’t respond to the call, (waitress)

5. The …………. killed the wild beast easily. (huntress)

6. A …………… can give birth to four puppies, (dog)

7. Life for a ………… is luxurious. (queen)

8. The ………… presented his poems. (poetess)

9. Katrina is a beautiful …………… (actor)

10. The …………. delivers milk to us daily, (milkman)


Answers:
1: heroine
2: mare
3: hen
4: waiter
5: hunter
6: bitch
7: king
8: poet
9: actress
10: milkmaid


☞See Also:

Reported Speech
Articles or Online Quiz on Articles
Articles (Common Errors)
Conjunctions
All About Coordinating Conjunctions
Cries of Animals and Birds (Nouns) or  (Online Quiz)
Antonyms (Quiz) or Online Quiz
Numbers in Idioms
Colours in Idioms
One Word Substitution-1
One Word Substitution-2
Plurals with different meanings
Comparative Idioms
Degrees of Adjectives
Punctuation
Words to Use Instead of 'Very'
Transitive vs Intransitive Verbs
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (Worksheet)
  

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