If "armoire" is a feminine noun, why is it "son" armoire and not "s'armoire" please?
Son, sa or ses do not contract into s'.
You use son before a noun starting with a vowel.
Thank you Jojo. That's worth a Lingot.
Would someone please explain the difference between "une armoire" and "une penderie"? Thanks
"Une armoire" (a wardrobe) is used to store linen, clothes or other objects, while "une penderie" (a wardrobe) is only used for clothes, which are hung up.
The dictionary states armoire is feminine so should be sa armoire