So полотенца is the word for both "towel" and "towels?"
Singular is «полотенце».
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I learned that the plural of neutral nouns ending on -e is always -я (for instance море - моря). Is that wrong?
Mostly true, but the spelling rule enters the game here: You can never write "я" after "ц".
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True, try to watch real Russian club Chanel it will help u alot
I kewp forgetting, what is the difference between 《наши》 и 《наше》 and when should i use one over the other? Is наши used for all plurals or only masculine?
наш = sing. masc. // наша = sing. fem. // наше = sing. neut. // наши = plural (all 3 genders)
Usually I can somewhat predict the gender of stuff based on what it is and its function. The norm being inanimate neuter. But damn, I find it hard to do in russian! Sure, the endings help.. But there are so many exceptions!
How do you pronounce е after a ц? Is it like é (eh)?
To me it seems like полотенце means "little cloth", since платно in my native language means "cloth". Is this anywhere close to what it really is in Russian?
Can't write with Russian alphabet