Why is it allowed to be "paraplyn" and "paraplyet"?
Some nouns can have both genders. It's pretty rare, but paraply is one of them. The form ett paraply is recommended.
Would the recommended plural form be "paraply" then, or "paraplyer"?
Apelsin as well. Even though I've never heard anyone say ett apelsin.
Is there a list of dual gendered nouns? I'd love to learn of other words!
Why does svart stay svart? In a previous example vit became vitt.
Svart already has a short wovel and ends in a long consonant (-rt), so no further T is needed.
Under mitt paraply, ply, ply, ply, ay, ay, ay, ay!
Pronuncuation sounds like paraplooet. Is that correct?