Sayed lives in Houston, Texas, but grew up in Pakistan speaking Urdu and Punjabi. As someone who began learning English two years ago, he finds that he often mixes up gendered pronouns. It’s not surprising that he would confuse he with she and him with her, however, since his native language doesn’t designate gendered pronouns at all. This is part of a complete episode.

  1. Annie Stratton says:

    I think we should adopt pronouns from Urdu! That would solve several problems.

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