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Gender for Verbs

Is there such a thing as having a gender for verbs. I don't mean that a verb must agree with the gender of the noun. Rather that verbs can be divided into catagories according to which gender the verb is apart of.

For example, if "to go" was masculine it would be in a different catagory from say a feminine verb. Also any adverbs would have to agree with the masculine or feminine verb.
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    Hello, My name is Johnathan Palmer and I used to be a little involved on this journal years back. I have since finished my B.A. degree in Applied…

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