Grammatical Gender In Dutch

Dutch technically has three grammatical genders: Masculine, Feminine, and Neuter (neutral or zero gender). However, in Modern Dutch there is no longer any distinction between Masculine and Feminine in terms of grammatical inflection; therefore, these are typically grouped into one gender called the "common" gender. Most nouns are common gender nouns.

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