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What does plural mean in French?
Last Updated: 7th April, 2020
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Similarly, it is asked, is Family singular or plural in French?
Like English, all French nouns have a number: singular (one), as in la famille (the family), or plural (more than one), as in les enfants (the children). Unlike English, however, all French nouns also have a gender: masculine or feminine.
can adjectives be plural in French? To change an adjective into its plural form, the basic rule is to add an -s. But if it already ends in -s or -x, no additional suffix is needed. For adjectives that end in -eau or -al, the plural form is -eaux or -aux. A few adjectives never change their form no matter what kind of noun they are describing.
Also, what is the plural of journal in French?
Nouns and adjectives ending in “-al” When there's a masculine singular noun or adjective ending in “-al,” its plural form usually ends in “-aux.” Un journal (a newspaper), which is a masculine singular noun, becomes des journaux ([some]newspapers).
What is the plural of Nez in French?
The letters s, x, and z are all used to make plurals in French. If a singular noun ends in any of these letters, its plural form remains unchanged: The plural of le corps (body) is les corps (bodies) The plural of le nez (nose) is les nez (noses)