It is hundarna. -Ar for plural and -na for definitive in plural (in words whose plural marker is -or, -ar or -er).
yes i saw it in next lesson i was just rushing to know, tack sa mycket :)
Hi, I was just wondering why the plural form of "en hund" - "a dog" is "hundar". Is there some rule? I've learnt that suffix for plural -ar is present only in those en-words ending -e or -ing. For example en pojke ->pojkar, en utlänning -> utlänningar. Thank you :)
”En”-words that end on consonants can also take either -ar or -er, but if they end on -e, they always take -ar.
Hmm... The reason why it's not hunder is because "u" on hund is a deep sound? If that's the case it's similar to turkish, as words that have "a" "o" "u" on the last syllable get suffixes with "a" while those with "e" "i" "ö" get "e" suffixes