The correct option is A 3
During the 18th century, the French society was divided into three estates.
The first estate was the clergy. The clergy refers to the group of people performing religious duties like bishops and priests.
The second estate was the nobility which consisted of the privileged people who had some powers to rule.
The third estate consisted of merchants, lawyers, peasants, labourers and servants, small peasants, and landless labourers.