Plural nouns in Polish (Nominative Plural)
Practice Plural nouns in Nominative.
Polish nouns are shown first in singular then in plural.
In general, Polish singular nouns become plural as follows:
1)Masculine Men; add y after g,k,r,iec; add i after other hard consonants; add e after hardened or soft consonant & add owie to personal nouns.
2)Feminine nouns, Masuline Objects & Animals; add i after k,g, add y after other hard consonants, add e after soft consonants & c.
3) Neuter nouns; Most end in a. Some ending in e, change to ona or e,ta.
Of course, there are Exeptions!
Note: email notation used for Polish Characters:
a,e, = a & e with tail
c'n'o's'z' = c n o s z with acute accent
l/ = l with a diagonal slash though it
z. = z with a single dot above it
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