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Pourquoi on écrit "son armée" (féminin) dans "Le roi part pour la guerre avec son armée"? C'est une armée: pourquoi pas "sa armée" alors qu'on écrit "Le père aime sa fille"?

I'm not sure about my French, so I'm gonna ask this question in English as well ;-) Why we write "son armée" whereas we write "sa fille". Both words are feminine and I can't find the difference.

marked as duplicate by Stéphane Gimenez Jul 2 '15 at 12:06

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  • Oh, ok. I read about it, but I've completely forgot that rule. I've googled before posing a question, but I found nothing satisfying my curiosity. Thanks, Stéphane. – Fotyna Abram Jul 2 '15 at 14:25

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