But be glad you know the form mice since it'll be very useful to you. Just like English does a strange thing with a mouse, several mice, Swedish does something very similar: en mus, flera möss.
German does that, too: eine Maus, viele Mäuse — written similarly, but pronounced [maʊs] and [mɔɪzə]. eu and äu are always pronounced [ɔɪ]. Strange, but feels completely natural to me as a native German.
I'd say German is slightly better in that it makes the word look the same, but yeah, "mouse" to "moise-uh" in pronunciation
Mine too. So used to the -en plurals in German, even though "Maus" does not do this in German
Turkish has no this confusing things.. We just add the and of word " -ler" like "-s" in english even though what we do tomouse is mouses there is no need to transforme the word in here
Can anyone tell me the difference between "moose" and "mouse"? (I'm German so I don't know it)
Its really intetesting that mouse is pronounced the same in all indo european languages, it shows that once upon a time they have lived in a place where had mice in it. xD
There's been an increase lately in similar bugs, where users enter exactly correct translations only to be told they're wrong.