salaam123 wrote:I will add that I know the word "urdu" is a feminine one.
salaam123 wrote:thank you, very good explanation. What about "main kaam karta hun?" Does the gender come here according to the doer or according to "kaam"?
salaam123 wrote:thanks for reply
"Yeh 30 sala purani chaye ki dukan hai"
so from this sentence, I can see that "dukan" is feminine, but does "purani"'s gender come according to "sal" , "chaye" or "dukan" ?
salaam123 wrote:is his correct?
this is a modified sentence from Urdupod 101 intermediate book:
Apnay aap per ghussa na hun
or should it be(my correction)
apnay aap per ghussa na ho
Don't be angry at yourself
salaam123 wrote:so in this instance, "pass karti hai" is feminine because of "parade" is the doer, subject?
But the end "kiya jata hai" is masculine because of sarak or muzaiyan?
salaam123 wrote:thank you for reply. This gender thing in urdu has been very difficult for me to understand, thank you for help.
salaam123 wrote:about the previous answer, as the gender comes according to مزين , what would be the grammatical reason for it?
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