Hovering over the word canard says "canard (plural)". Shouldn't it say "canards (plural)"?
yes definitely, the plural of "un canard" is "des canards".
Thought as much, that's what I've remembered it as now anyway. Thanks!
How will the company fix this?
I agree, It should have said ''des canards'' not ''un canard'' for the plural.
why is it not 'de canards'?.. i thought this was the masculine form for some..
"des" is the plural version of 'some' (Les canards = The ducks) / (Des canards = Some ducks)
I offered - Un canard mange, il y a des canards qui mangent. I am not sure why this came up as a wrong response. Au secours!
Please back translate what you propose: "a duck eats, there are ducks that eat".
This sentence is meant to show you that "un/une", singular indefinite article, does have a plural form: "des".
This one took a little thinking! lol