It is the same spelling, singular or plural. If it was singular in this sentence it would have to have an article with it: "Wir haben einen großen Fernseher".
Is there a difference between "der Fernseher" and "das Fernsehen"? When I was in school, I was always taught the former. I'm just wondering if one means "television set" and the other means "television programming" or something along those lines.
Could someone explain to me why is this "große" and not "großen"? I was under the impression that the adjective ending for plural objects was -en.
For plural it is großen:
- after an article like "die", "der" or "den"
- after "keine" and other things ending in "eine", "einer" and "einen"
- in Dativ (without an article)
Exactly, so why is this, "Wir haben große Fernseher", without the -en ending?? Is this a Duolingo mistake or am I missing something?
It would be "großen" in "Wir haben
die großen Fernseher" or in "Wir haben
keine großen Fernseher". Duolingo's sentence doesn't have "die" or "keine" in front of "Fernseher" which is why it's große in Akkusativ. Here is a table with the different forms of groß: https://de.wiktionary.org/wiki/gro%C3%9F_%28Deklination%29
Because there is no article (die: accusative plural) the adjective is declined to show that it would be "die". If the sentence were "we have the large TV'S" it would be “wir haben die großen Fernseher“.