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Thanks for your comment, Sarah! Kudos to you for striving to become bilingual! We're happy to hear that the glossary in this post will help you in your efforts to learn French. Indicating which words are masculine and which are feminine is a great suggestion. Thanks! We're working on updating the French column of the glossary to provide that information.