When there are two adjectives, So Are We Cool Again Pluto Is A Planet Shirt the first one is feminine and the second is masculine. So that the word “gens” has two genders here, well, sort of. “Il y a de certain gens Qui sont been sots” (some people are stupid; certain/some are feminine and sots/stupid is masculine). The adjective at the beginning of the sentence where “people” is the subject is always masculine. “Instruments par l’expérience, Les Vieilles gens sont prudent”. “Educated by experience, old people are prudent”: old is feminine, but educated is masculine. When “people” is preceded by an adjective of the two genders and the sentence starts with the word “all”, “all” is masculine; when it is preceded by a feminine adjective “all” is feminine”:
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All the honest people So Are We Cool Again Pluto Is A Planet Shirt (“all” is masculine, honest can be both), all the old people (all and old are feminine). People are always masculine when it indicates a profession or a quality (yes, “gens” can be used for that too in French): ex. “gens de Guerre” (warriors). Young people are always masculine. As an English speaker living in France, when I was younger this confused me, I’d always get them mixed up due to English not having gendered words. And the few comments about people being negative about gendered language, and how the French language is shit about it, this is just how Latin based language works. It was made ages ago and was adapted to modern languages as a result.