I would point out however Top Souda On Mini Soda With A Mini Souda On A Soda Shirt. I think you also misinterpreted my comment – I did not suggest that words were feminine because they end in ‘e’, but that words that end in ‘e’ tend to be feminine. We were both talking about cause and effect – you cause, I effect. The ‘effect’ of a word being feminine is that it tends to end in an ‘e’. Therefore, working backward from that knowledge, if a country ends in an ‘e’, it’s likely to be feminine. L’Allemagne, not allemande, that’s for a female person from Germany. Native French speaker here. Can. confirm although the l’ is more like.
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It than feminine or Top Souda On Mini Soda With A Mini. Souda On A Soda Shirt. Le L est un élision etna Rien à voir avec le genre? Allemagne, l’Algérie et l’Italie sont définitivement des filles (et l’Angleterre Aussi, contrairement au Royaume-Uni). Scarily, I understood most of that. On what I assume was a similar line of thought, I assumed that l’ was just a contracted form of le or la (to prevent two vowel sounds running into one another), rather than gender-neutral? I think the flow is something like: pick a name, the name comes with gender, gender decides pronoun, then letter after pronoun decides the contraction.
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