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7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
French Gender Solver 11 juillet 2010
Par ron axium - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I had nothing but problems with French Genders as probably do all non-native French speakers. The French learn genders automatically from childhood but I didn't have that privilege. I had pages of rules for genders and had to search them all for a pattern so I could learn them. It was tedious to say the least and Saul Rosenthal's book did it for me. When I saw his book on French genders, I ran as fast as I could to get the book even paying extra shipping to get to me the next day. I was not disappointed! Genders were cleared up for me by simply following Saul's various rules. I recommend this book as the ultimate gender finder. I made for myself a few notes to further help me remember and now I can determine genders quickly with great accuracy. Run as quickly as I did to get this book. I now feel comfortable enough to guess at genders based on his categories. Here is an example is this. All nouns in the singular (not plural) that end in "s" are masculine except one word "fois" which is feminine. Boy is that a helpful rule! He says this is a work in progress and he welcomes his readers to come up with words he missed (which are very very few now). Thanks Saul for such a masterful work!!
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What an amazing book. 7 janvier 2011
Par David Ward - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
What an amazing book! I suppose I'm not alone in 'forgetting' to learn the gender together with the word. This really has taken most of the guessing out of my guess-work. Highly recommended to any student of the language.
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gender of french nouns 27 septembre 2014
Par Vic Larson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Another excellent book by Saul Rosenthal. Who knew there were rules for the gender of nouns --rules that demystify the gender of French nouns. The author has a penchant for helping non-French speaking students understand the French language better. I have become a fan of this author and have read his other books as well. They are all 5 star books.
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Makes French so much easier 9 août 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
When I started out learning French, I was of the idea that I could skip the whole gender distinguishing thing, figuring that French-speaking people would understand me anyway.

I soon realized that this was a stupid approach, as gender distinctions are a necessity in understanding sentences' logic. I was therefore quite relieved to discover Saul Rosenthal's book that gave me instant gender knowledge of 90+% of nouns at a glance.

The only tricky thing is to learn the (relatively few) exceptions, but Rosenthal makes this as painless as possible. Besides, you'll quickly learn the more common exceptions with more exposure.

I owe Rosenthal my life for this book, and his other book on French key words and expressions.
Incredibly Valuable 3 janvier 2015
Par Byron - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I ordered this book, I thought it would mostly consist of advice to learn Latin, which is the only mnemonic device I have had for remembering the gender of French words. To a large extent, French retains the gender of the Latin word from which the French word was derived. So fraternité is feminine as is fraternitas in Latin, as are other words derived from Latin words ending in -itas. But there are problems -- Latin has a neuter and French does not, and most neuter Latin words seem to become masculine in French. Also, classical Latin has no words for things like automobiles or radios. And so on.

Mr. Rosenthal takes a different approach -- looking simply at the terminations of French words and classifying them to find common endings for each gender, and the findings are remarkable. For example, nouns ending in C are masculine. How easy to remember!

It's a mystery to me why every beginning French book does not summarize Mr. Rosenthal's findings when nouns are first introduced. How much easier life would be!

The book could have benefited from better copy editing ("of it" is not "it's"), but these are minor glitches in an invaluable book.
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