Rule: words ending in -é are usually masculine (no exceptions mentioned)
Given that it is obviously an exception, why ask it like this? Just discourages students who've gone to the effort of remembering the "rules".
You need to read the entire lesson, Gilbert. There's a difference between words ending in -té and -tié: those are feminine in general. Amitié is specifically mentioned.
It is on the list of exceptions in the lesson, so I think not really a trick question.
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