"My teeth are yellow."
Translation:मेरे दाँत पीले हैं।
Is the word used for teeth her not singular? It seems like it should be “danto” (or something like that) rather than “dant”
In the direct case, the plural of masculine nouns ending with a consonant is identical with the singular. In the oblique case, i.e. with postpositions such as men, ka etc., the plural is generally -on (nasalized).
Ah! That is very helpful! Thanks for clarifying. So if the teeth are the subject the plural stays the same as the singular (since it is a masculine verb ending in a consonant), whereas if they are the object, then you would have to modify by adding the nasalized "-on" sound at the end?