So does dyr not become dyrer because it already ends in 'r' or because it is an 'uncountable' thing? Apologies if this was in the Tips & notes :) Are there other examples of these types of plurals that work this way?
It's a neuter word. A lot of neuter nouns are written the same in indefinite singular and plural.
et dyr - dyret - dyr - dyrene
should it not be gutten liker dyr ikke? i think gutten liker ikke dyr means he like something that is not animals
Why is it dyrene? Is it because it is a general statement?
Why is this wrong