How can I tell of the object if the sentence, in this case “honti” the bird, is plural (bird) or singular (birds) How would one write: The knight loves the bird (s) The knight loves the birds (pl.)
I don't know either. I thought it would become hontī if it was plural, and honti (without the macron) if it was singular. This apparently isn't the case. With knights, (azantī, azanti) I think it is... This is the only thing that confuses me.
I believe they're identical, and you need to rely on context to know what's meant.