Common in Russia
I want to be this guy's friend
Hey so can someone tell when i know to use "e" at the end of a word to make it plural and when i am supposed to use "er"? I cant figure out which to use and when
If the singular word already ends with an "e" then you just add an "r" to make it plural. For example "skildpadden(The turtle)" becomes "skildpadderne(The turtles)"
As far as I know, you have to learn for every word whether it gets -e or -er in plural. Sometimes it helps to think which one would sound better.
Does he have the bears? Or do the bears have him??
Oppps I put Children instead of Bears!! my minds betrays me, because I have the asociation between Mand and Børn...it's more usual to have children (Børn) than Bears (Bjørne)!!! >:---/
Is children børn or barn?
A child is "et barn", children is "børn".