-er versus -ar:
Must one simply memorize that katt takes -er and hund takes -ar?
Aside from both being one-syllable words, is there any other way to know/predict the plural forms? (I'm trying to better understand the 'Tips and Note's section).
For many single-syllable words that end in a consonant, it's a matter of learning it by heart.
I guess because it is easier to memorise single-syllable words and their conditions/states?
I'm still a little confused - how do I really make a noun plural? What suffixes do I need to know, and what rules do I also need to consider?
Hmm, did you roll down the page of this section?
change with "vi har katter, inte hundar!"