Some hyphenated words have agreement with their parts and others do not seem too. Is there a way to know when they do and don't. Example here:

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12 April 2019

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Some hyphenated words have agreement with their parts and others do not seem too. Is there a way to know when they do and don't. Example here:

2 allers-retours. But grand-mère, not grande-mère.

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French dictation exercise "À la gare"

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