chemical elements ending in 'e'

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Charles

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25 March 2018

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chemical elements ending in 'e'

This question relates to:
French lesson "Identifying gender by some word endings"

Chris

Kwiziq community member

26 March 2018

26/03/18

Hi Charles,

All the chemical elements ending in -e are masculine:

l'antimoine, le souphre, le platine, le néodyme, l'astate, l'oxygène, le brome, le phosphore, le carbone, le chlore, le brome, l'iode, le titane, le mananèse, le tungstène, le lanthane

-- Chris (not a native speaker).

P.S.: In questions like these, Google is your friend :)

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