Ah a cunning linguist!
Is fisk like fish in English, meaning does it have a plural? Or does fisk mean both one fish and more than one fish?
It's just like in english yes, fisk can be both singular and plural.
I was taught at school in Britain that fish does have a plural ("fishes") but apparently only when it refers to more than one type of fish. (But this may be splitting hairs).
Too Young! Respect
plural including "the" is difficult for me!! kvindernes
Question, is the fish in the tank or like, on a plate?
About "damernes" (probably the wrong place to ask but anyway) is that like "ladies"? A bit more formal? Or just to confuse you?