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The grammatical gender of words affects languages in different ways. Boroditsky – who also speaks Russian – explains that the word for ‘chair’ is masculine in Russian, so if you wanted to say ‘My chair was white’, you’d have to use the masculine form of ‘my’, the masculine form of ‘was’ and the masculine form of ‘white’. Russians mark the masculinity of a chair four times in one short sentence, which inevitably creates a bias.