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Arbre which means a tree is masculine .(un arbre).
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Nouns ending in -e can be either masculine or feminine. For example : arbre, maire, maître, couple, chapitre, livre, bronze, bonze, annuaire, gorille etc. are masculine. - Many feminine nouns don't end in -e, such as maison, main, catin, institution, infection, guerilla, cité, télé, moto, auto, gym, guenon... - If there is a singular determiner or an adjective before the noun, it may indicate its gender.
"Mon", "un", "quel", "le", "ce", "cet", "du" are all masculine.
But "l'", "les", "des"...
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"arbre " est masculin. 

Il y a un arbre prés de ma maison.
Il y a beaucoup d'arbres dans un forêt. 

In English "arbre" means a tree.

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