CBSE Class 6 Hindi Worksheet Chapter 11 Ling - Download Free PDF
Ling for Class 6 covered in Chapter 11, let your kids know if a noun belongs to the male sex, female sex, or none. In the Hindi language, there are four distinct genders: (a) Masculine, (b) Feminine, (c) Common, and (d) Neutral gender. Man and male animals are examples of masculine gender. Feminine things are women, girls, and female animals.
The term "common gender" refers to a word that has the same form in both the masculine and feminine, such as "father," "baby," "child," "cousin," "author," "painting," "artist," etc. A dead object, such as a book, table, knife, pen, etc., is of the neuter gender. Our Hindi grammar ling worksheets contain two distinctions of gender along with many important examples.
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FAQs on CBSE Class 6 Hindi Worksheet Chapter 11 Ling - PDF
1. Can all nouns be assigned grammatical genders?
Most proper nouns in Hindi have grammatical gender. But common nouns referring to a group of people or any specific profession do not have separate forms for men and women.
2. How can masculine words be identified?
The noun words from which the sense of the male caste is given. For example, words such as Ram, boy, king, horse, elephant, lion, goat, and his give the sense of male class. They are called 'pulling'.
3. How can feminine words be identified?
The noun words from which the female caste is understood. For example, the words Sita, girl, Queen, horse, elephant, lioness, goat, and her give the sense of the female class. They are called 'streeling'.