I don't think I've seen this answered in the tips section : for adjectives ending in 'en', does the ending always turn into 'ne' in the plural form ?
Thanks. I have just seen 'gammel' turn into 'gamle' in plural form in an exercise. Should I assume that any adjective ending in 'e + consonant' will end in 'same consonant + e' when in plural form ? For example, will 'enkel' become 'enkle' in plural ?
Yes, with the exception of the completely irregular adjective ‘liten’ m., ‘lita’ f., ‘lille’ n., ‘små’ p. = “little, small”.
How do I know which letter combinations will make the "sh" sound? It seems like "ky" "skj" "sk" and "kj" all make the same sound, but not always. How do I know when they will make the "sh" sound?