Noun with Both Genders

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There are certain nouns which are the same for both masculine and feminine genders.

The most commonly used are: cousin, doctor, driver, friend, student, teacher, teenager

For example:
— “My mom works at school. She is a teacher.” = Teacher refers to mom and she, therefore, refers to a feminine noun.
— “My dad works at school. He is a teacher.” = Teacher refers to dad and he, therefore, refers to a masculine noun.

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