So a compound colour always reverts to the masculine form?

So a compound colour always reverts to the masculine form?

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AurélieKwiziq language super star
Bonjour Robyn, Yes, because in French, the masculine singular form is considered as the "original" form which then changes according to rules of agreement. I know.... :)

So a compound colour always reverts to the masculine form?

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