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French Workbook

French Workbook

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Published by mahmoud helal
French grammar , basic statements .. really really useful for French language learner and to review the language
French grammar , basic statements .. really really useful for French language learner and to review the language

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Published by: mahmoud helal on May 14, 2008
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In French, all nouns are either masculine or feminine, that is, they have a grammatical gender. While in some
instances the gender is related to the meaning of the noun (mother—mère is feminine; father—père is
masculine), it does not necessarily indicate an inherently feminine or masculine quality of the noun. It is
always best to learn the gender of the noun when you first encounter it.

A single thing, idea, or person is said to be in the SINGULAR. Several things, ideas, persons (people) are said
to be in the PLURAL. To indicate that a noun is in the plural, French usually adds an -s to the noun, does
nothing if the noun already ends in -s or -x, or transforms the ending (usually -al or -eau) into -aux or -eaux.

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