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1. All these possibilities exemplify the phenomenon of grammatical gender because items are classified according to their form.
2. Grammatical gender is not a logical necessity in a language.
3. Recent years, Grammatical gender has attracted much attention in the fields of psycholinguistics, especially speech production and language comprehension.
4. The classification of grammatical gender has no rules to follow, so it is a big burden to German learners.
5. Grammatical gender is of much importance in German's sentence structures although it does not suggest specific semantic meanings.
6. All nouns in German involve the issue of grammatical gender.
7. The nineteenth century Germanic philologist Jakob Grimm believed that grammatical gender was in some sense a more advanced form of natural gender.
8. English has lost most word - ending inflectional changes, including grammatical gender of nouns.
9. In the third place, English enjoys an exceptional advantage over all other major Europe languages in having adopted natural in place of grammatical gender.
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