French Grammar Points

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All nouns are either; Masculine or Feminine
Nouns ending in a consonant are usually; Masculine
Nouns ending in a silent -e after two consonants are usually; Feminine
Nouns referring to people (jobs, nationalities, etc) usually have a ... & ... form. Masculine & Feminine
Most nouns add -... to make them plural? S
Those ending in -..., -... or -... stay the same. -s, -x or -z
Nouns ending in -al change to -... -aux
Nouns ending in -eau or -eu add -... -x
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