Is the pronoun always masculine when referring to previously established complete ideas?

Is the pronoun always masculine when referring to previously established complete ideas?

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LauraKwiziq language super star
Bonjour Will, Technically, this French object pronoun is neuter, but yes, it "acts" masculine, meaning that there's never agreement with it.

Is the pronoun always masculine when referring to previously established complete ideas?

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