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The boys and girls of Dénia can now boast of their superhero diploma

27 2020 April - 09: 54

The City Council of Dénia has launched an initiative in social networks to thank all the boys and girls for the behavior of "superheroes" they are having in their homes, thus helping to fight the coronavirus pandemic that has forced them to confinement since 14 last March.

On the Facebook of the City of Dénia (@ajuntamentdenia) you will find the diploma of recognition, available to print in color and put the name of each superhero and superhero, or in a coloring version themselves and also have a good time doing crafts.

Uns Sou uns superherois! Mes i mig a casa 👉🏠 portant-vos molt, porò que molt bé, per a ajudar-nos a combatre el ...

Published by Ajuntament de Dénia en Saturday, April 25 of 2020

  1. NemesioOseguera says:

    The boys and girls of Dénia!… Phenomenal, J. Justo Moncho! You are a full professor, a true intellectual, a true freethinker!

    I will take the trouble to give you 30 seconds of my precious time to give you a concise free lesson on the majestic Cervantes language which, you seem not to value too much ...

    This type of unfolding is ARTIFICIAL AND UNNECESSARY from the linguistic point of view. In the nouns that designate animate beings, there is the possibility of the generic use of the masculine to designate the class, the group ... that is, all the individuals of the species, without distinction of sexes.

    The explicit mention of the female is ONLY JUSTIFIED when the opposition of the sexes is relevant in the context: "Evolutionary development is similar in boys and girls of that age." The current tendency towards the indiscriminate unfolding of the noun in its masculine and feminine form goes AGAINST THE PRINCIPLE OF THE ECONOMY OF LANGUAGE and is based on EXTRALINGUISTIC REASONS. Therefore, these repetitions should be avoided, which generate syntactic and concordance difficulties, and unnecessarily complicate the writing and reading of texts.

    The generic use of masculine is based on its unmarked term condition in the masculine / feminine opposition. Therefore, it is WRONG to use the feminine to refer to both sexes together, regardless of the number of individuals of each sex that are part of the set. Thus, "the students" is the only correct way to refer to a mixed group, although the number of female students is greater than that of male students.

    You're welcome, crack.

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