Why is personne considered a plural noun? I thought it needed an “s” to be plural.
I have had a look at the Kwiz and it asks you which of the following nouns are plural? -
The only plural nouns are -
oranges and filles
as 'personne', as you say would have a -s at the end to mean 'people'.
If you were marked wrong maybe there is another reason for this as it definitely not plural.
Personne as a noun does indeed take an 's' in the plural; as an indefinite pronoun it is invariable and 'singular'.
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