French is a language filled with exceptions. There are three common nouns that change from masculine in the singular form to feminine in the plural form. Amour (love), orgue (organ – the musical instrument) and délice (delicious thing) all change to the feminine form inn the plural. For example we say « un amour étonnant »  (masculine singular) and « des amours étonnantes » (feminine plural.)

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