i don't understand the plural, nominativus, genetivus can someone explain it to me?
Do you mean the definitions, or the plural, nominativus etc. of 'fisk'?
Can someone explain me the difference between "fisk" anr "fiskar"?
fisk is the singular and fiskar is the plural.
However, we often use fisk as a mass noun even if we are speaking of multiple fish. Especially when we talk about fish as food.
All right, thanks! :-)
If its something like this, hiw do i tell if its singular or plural? Because you say Fish for a single fish, and Fish for multiple as well...
In this particular case, you don't -- both answers should be accepted. Otherwise: by context. (Two fish is probably plural ^^)
I guess it is kinda obvious tjat they want you to use the plural form on that particular lesson, however I agree that there needs to be a way to specify which one is required because in many cases it is not that obvious.
Isnt the plural of 'fish' in English 'fishes'? That should make it more clear when they want us to translate into the plural or singular in this case.
"fish" is actually usually the better option, although neither is incorrect.
'fishes' means different kinds of fish. The regular plural of fish is fish. One fish, several fish