Theoretically it should be "musea", since plural of "-um" latin words end with -a, but oh well nobody uses it nowadays :*
We will have to wait for the Greek course to use plurals like μουσεία, I expect.
I agree. I can't comprehend why English doesn't use it anymore. A lot of languages still stick to those Latin endings. Fora >> Forums :D
Do they? I don't know any language that does besides English (for plurals, I mean; for singular, almost every one including English). Could you give me an example?
Gerardd88 said that many languages still use the old latin and greek plural forms of words such a museum -> pl. musea. But, as far as I know, most languages use their own way of making plurals. Only English (afaik), uses the original plural form of some latin words (like abaci, algae, octopodes instead of the more English-like forms abacuses, algas, octopuses) so I'm surprised by him claiming that that's a common feature of many languages and I asked him to give an example of a language that does it besides English. I hope this makes my question clearer.