U01_L01_Promenades_STRUCTURES_1-1

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Unformatted text preview: © 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. 1.1-1 Point de départ A noun designates a person, place, or thing. As in English, nouns in French have number (singular or plural). However, French nouns also have gender (masculine or feminine). © 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. 1.1-2 Nouns that designate a male are usually masculine. Nouns that designate a female are usually feminine. © 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. 1.1-3 Some nouns can designate either a male or a female regardless of their grammatical gender. © 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. 1.1-4 Nouns for objects that have no natural gender can be either masculine or feminine. © 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. 1.1-5 You can usually form the plural of a noun by adding -s , regardless of gender. However, in the case of words that end in -eau in the singular, add -x to the end to form the plural. For most nouns ending in -al , drop the -al and add -aux . © 2010 Vista Higher...
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