The adjectives have both a shape change depending on the type and number "see adjectives". In Nepal only animated words have a masculine form and another form in the feminine. Thus, we say "keti - girl" and "keta - boy". Traditionally, the Nepali language speaks of three kinds of gender: Maculine, feminine and neutral. But if you look at the combination (or bending) verbally, we find that there are distinctions only between masculine and feminine form. The personal pronouns in Nepal showed no particular gender. Thus, "u" or "waha" can be translated by both "he" as "she". Only the context shows the distinction between these two concepts. More "Learn the language of Nepal"