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Italian grammar genders: masculine and feminine. How to use them with nouns and adjectives? Learn with simple rules, examples, sentences, and exercises.

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It looks to me that a typo exist above under:
Masculine and feminine nouns: rules
The text states: "most nouns ending in o are masculine".
In the next section I see: "most nouns ending in o are feminine".
Please clarify for me. Grazie.


   
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E' vero, l'ho corretto. Grazie!

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Prego. Sono molto contento di aver trovato il tuo meraviglioso corso di italiano. Grazie.


   
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just a reminder...John's comment above still appropriate a year later.


   
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No, I fixed it when I said that I fixed it.

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I'm confused: Is this correct: "Nouns ending with โ€œ-aโ€:
Most nouns ending with โ€œ-aโ€ are feminine
The plural form of masculine nouns ending with โ€œ-aโ€ is โ€œ-eโ€ "

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il problema รจ maschile. รจ un eccezione.

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