2021-09-25 11:23:05 UTC
Dallo stesso forum di prima, da vari autori...
When in doubt, when addressing a mixed group, you can say "listos y
listas". That way, everyone is covered.
that doubling up listos/listas seems to be gaining in popularity in
these very pc times and plurals are often written as ***@s so as to
include everyone.... hey ho!
Absolutely right. And as Huevos states, a "neutral" or "non-gendered"
form (mostly formed with -e, -es instead of -o, -os and -a, -as
endings) is making its way into the language.
Thus, one may run across: ***@s (in written form; spoken as "listos y
listas" or "listas y listos", the order left to the speaker's
listes (written and spoken forms)
listxs (in written form, the 'x' acting as a variable in algebra;
spoken as "listos y listas" or "listas y listos", the order left to the
speaker's preference, or listes)
Do note that neither of these is part of the standard language.
Thanks, I never heard that before!
And, "listes" is gaining popularity, to be more gender inclusive.