A special grammar feature that the French language has is that different genders are assigned to adjectives, verbs, and nouns. This means that a single noun, verb, or adjective can have more than one form based on its gender. The different forms of adjectives, verbs, and nouns can also be determined by the genders of certain other parts of a sentence. This can include pronouns, articles, and sentence agreements. For those learning French, this would be considered a valuable grammatical topic to learn because most if not all words spoken and learned have a different form based on their genders.
by Speedy Publishing
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