Thanks Chris. That's a little more confusing than I expected because it says in the lesson that aucun/aucune are always singular.

PaulC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Thanks Chris. That's a little more confusing than I expected because it says in the lesson that aucun/aucune are always singular.

I know this should be an answer to your question Chris but there is a bug in Kwiziq that sometimes doesn't all submitting new questions or answers.
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ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Aucun/e is almost always in singular. There aren't that many words which exist only in plural, so this really is a rare exception. So don't waste any time nor worry on this.

-- Chris (not a native speaker). 

GruffKwiziq team member
Hi Paul - thanks for pointing out the bug. We've fixed it now.

Thanks Chris. That's a little more confusing than I expected because it says in the lesson that aucun/aucune are always singular.

I know this should be an answer to your question Chris but there is a bug in Kwiziq that sometimes doesn't all submitting new questions or answers.

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