Feasgar math, a chàirdean,
I am currently working my way through numbers and wanted to see if anybody else who struggle(s/d) with this has any guidance on how to master it.
From what I gathered from Wikipedia:
"Nouns have three grammatical numbers: singular, dual (vestigially) and plural. Dual forms of nouns are only found after the numeral dà (two), where they are obligatory. The dual form is identical in form to the dative singular [...], or have a palatalised final consonant [...]. Plurals are formed in a variety of ways, including suffixation (often involving the suffix -(e)an) and slenderisation. Pluralisation, as in Irish Gaelic and Manx, can vary according to noun class, however on the whole depends on the final sound of the singular form." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Gaelic_grammar#Gender_and_number
Hope we can gather some tricks here!