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Surely this is a question of euphony not gender. 'Mon' is used merely to avoid the unpleasant conjunction of two sounding vowels: mA Amour. In 'La grande amour' the redundant 'e' is absorbed by the subsequent 'a' (even though the 'e' is slightly sounded in 'grande' at the end of a sentence or if followed by a consonant... )


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Moi, je dirais que le soda étant au masculin, les marques de soda aussi. L'eau étant au féminin donnera une Evian, une Hépar....



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