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How would you use the word "gros" in french for masculine, plural?

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    How lucky you are! This adjective does not change from masculine singular (gros) to masculine plural (gros)!

    RULE: The plural of most French nouns is formed by adding "s" to the singular. BUT nouns ending in -s, -x, or -z remain unchanged in the plural.
    Examples: le mois = les mois
    le prix = les prix
    le nez = les nez

    Sra (aka Mme)

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