Plural Nouns of Various Languages
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- Plural Nouns of Various Languages
Last Modified: 2011-07-04
Letters s or x mark the plural but some words ending in al or ay have their plural form marked with an internal change of an o
A number can modify the noun
- Broken Plural
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