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Khafee

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Welcome to the forum..A short introduction about yourself will be appreciated
I am 24 years old BBA graduate.

Hoping to find a job while about to teach students (private tutor)

Live in Karachi

Love geopolitics, Pakistan and her people.

Love to all those who are known to me and even unknown ones...May Allah bless you. Ameen
 

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Why do some people tend to feminize & masculinize country names!
Because it's in English. Some languages have gender assigned to the nouns say in Spanish Cat is Gato (Male) and Gata (Female). The English language which has origins in Latin have a feminine-noun which denotes earth, land, ground etc... German has a masculine noun for Earth.
In South Asia, Indo - Aryan languages do have a feminine noun for the earth.
 

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Because it's in English. Some languages have gender assigned to the nouns say in Spanish Cat is Gato (Male) and Gata (Female). The English language which has origins in Latin have a feminine-noun which denotes earth, land, ground etc... German has a masculine noun for Earth.
In South Asia, Indo - Aryan languages do have a feminine noun for the earth.
Understood.
 
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