French patterns

Also French has its own patterns.

CAC (Consonant + vowel A + Consonant): bac, mal, lac, mat, gaz, pas, sac, van...

CACE (Consonant + vowel A + Consonant + vowel E): cage, race, lame, lare...

CÈCE (Consonant + vowel È + Consonant + vowel E) --- cène, cèpe, lège, lève,

CACCONS (Consonant + vowel A + Consonant + Consonant + ONS --- dansons, lampons, lassons, parlons, passons...

and many others.

As regards pattern CAC, while bac, gaz, lac, pas, sac and van are only nouns, mal is a noun and also an adverb. And pas is a noun and also a negative particle. The word mat is only an adjective.

Pattern CACE: all the nouns in the list are nouns.

CACCONS: this is the first person plural of the Present Indicative of verbs having the Infinitive in -er and a consonant + vowel a + deux consonants before it: danser, lamper, lasser, parler, passer...

And so we could do a deep study of every French pattern in order to discover to which sentence part or parts everyone of them belongs.