Why is the possessive adjective masculine (son) before a feminine noun (trophée), please?

CherylC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Why is the possessive adjective masculine (son) before a feminine noun (trophée), please?

The quizz question is: Elle tient son trophée. (She holds her trophy.) The exercise was conjugating tenir. Cheryl
Asked 3 years ago
GruffKwiziq team member
Ahhh! Yes, it does seem feminine with that ending, but in fact, c'est: un trophée le trophée Hope that explains!
CherylC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
Merci Gruff! Well, I would never have guessed that noun was masculine, with that ending. I suspected there was (another) obscure rule... Cheryl

Why is the possessive adjective masculine (son) before a feminine noun (trophée), please?

The quizz question is: Elle tient son trophée. (She holds her trophy.) The exercise was conjugating tenir. Cheryl

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