-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!"
It should be "we do not have dogs, but we have a cat"