"I would like bread and cookies."
Translation:Panem et crustula velim.
Something to consider;
Many Indo-European languages are related to each other, and this can certainly be seen in the inflections.
The third declension nouns, like panis or piscis (fish) (piscis, piscem, piscis, pisci, pisce; pisces, pisces, piscum, piscibus, piscibus) match what we expect of English and other Germanic languages in their modern standardised forms, and this is still visible in piscis' cognate to fish in Old English (fisc, fisc, fisces, fisce; fiscas, fiscas, fisca, fiscum), more so in Proto-Germanic.
However neuter are like the word 'sheep' which in the plural, having lost its suffixes, is also sheep. In Proto-Germanic the singular is is skēpą, but plural is skēpō - this is identical to Latin -um, -a.