In grammar , the common of two genders or common noun of two is the classification that receives nouns whose masculine and feminine forms are identical but are distinguishable by the presence of a modifier, such as an article or adjective .
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- The manager – The manager.
- The electrician – The electrician.
- The attendant – The attendant.
- The President – The President.
- The resident – The resident.
- The driver – The driver.
- The colleague – The colleague.
- The student – The student.
- The interpreter – The interpreter.
- The young man – The young man.
- The lawyer – The lawyer.
- The dentist – The dentist.
- The fan – The fan.
- The artist – The artist.
- The tourist – The tourist.