Noun Exercise- 2

By | February 16, 2019

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  Change the gender of underlined nouns:

1. His son is an engineer.

(A) mother                              (B) father

(C) daughter                            (D) none

2. The hone is running.

 (A) colt                                   (B) filly

(C) bitch                                  (D) mare        

3. The bride was a girl of nineteen.

 (A) bridegroom; lady              (B) lad; lass

 (C) bridegroom; boy              (D) boy; bridegroom

4. A shepherd was grazing the sheep.

(A) shepherdess                      (B) lady


(C) shepherd                           (D) none

5. The princess was the friend of the poetess.

(A) poet; princess                    (B) princess; poet

(C) princess; poetess               (D) prince; poet

6. My uncle is a nog.

(A) uncle; poetess                   (B) aunt; poet

(C) aunt; poetess                     (D) none

7. The landlady, has a goose, a bitch and a roe.

(A) gander; dog; hind                          (B) landlord; gander; dog; hind

(C) landlady; gander; bitch; hind        (D) none

8. Who is this gentleman?

(A) gentlewomen                    (B) gentlelady

 (C) lady                                   (D) none

9. The king killed a lion.

(A) king; lion                            (B) queen; lioness

 (C) lioness; queen                  (D) none

10. Please help him, sir.

(A) her; madam                      (B) him; madam

(C) her; sir                               (D) none


1.(C)           2. (B)

3. (C)          4. (A)

5. (D)          6. (C)

7. (B)          8. (C)

9. (B)          10. (A)

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