Why does "dziecko" (child) make the Moj to Moje plural? I can't wrap my head around this. Could it be an exception? Because a child mean there is only one child instead of many children. I understand to use moje for Children. but why not moj for child?
"dziecko" is neuter singular. The pronouns and the adjectives for neuter singular are identical (in Nominative) to those for not masculine-personal plural.
Therefore you have: moje dziecko (my child) and moje dzieci (my children).
In this context, moje being pl. Nom confuses me as It's hard to comprehend they're being more than one "me".
Any clarification would be helpful thanks.
"Moje" can be plural and singular. And it's not plural "me" but there can be plural children.
moje dziecko - my child
moje dzieci - my children
Ah okay so the pl./sg of Moje is referring to the object of which the pronoun is referring to?