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

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 10 years ago
GruffKwiziq language super star
Ahhh! Yes, it does seem feminine with that ending, but in fact, c'est: un trophée le trophée Hope that explains!
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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