View topic - Hello everyone! I have a question!
Anyway....I have 2 questions.
In english, many times we cannot tell if the subject is male or female. For example, if I say: 'someone is eating' there is no telling if it's a male or female.
However, in Arabic and Hebrew, there is a difference, and the verb will be slightly changed, according to the sex of the subject.
So, my questions are-
In Japanese, Is there any difference in describing male and females?
In Arabic\Hebrew, not only people are 'he' or 'she'. Animals, emotions, objects and more or less everything has a sex. What about Japanese?
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