"Den lure katten spiste leksene hans."
Translation:The clever cat ate his homework.
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Good question, I think the basic rule must be that when an article and an adjective are used like here before the noun, then the adjective is in the plural form... it always seems to be... why is quite another matter. But we should never ask why? or we would go mad, for example why taxation, why air-dried cod, why the European Song Contest? I think there is no "why".