Plural of words in Italian
Welcome to another FREE Italian lesson by Learn Italian Manchester. Italian Plurals are easy to master what you need is a dictionary to check whether the word is masculine or feminine.
The plural is formed by changing the endings of the words/nouns in the following way:
m s -o -i m plural
f s -a -e f plural
m/f -e -i m/f plural
Il gelato i gelati ice cream/s
la birra le birre beer/s
il bicchiere i bicchieri glass/es
la barca le barche boat/s
A. Change the following singular nouns to the plural and try the article
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