Lesson #2: Singular & Plural Nouns
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The different plural forms of Nouns in Queith.
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Plural Forms of Nouns
There are six different noun classes in Queith, each with its own method to be formed plural. Most noun classes are indicated by the last letter of the word,
In this class, the plural form of a word is the same as most English words in which the letter s is added at the end of the word. Words that end in A, E, I, O, U, Ҧ, G, K, S, M, N, P, T, and Ə belong to this class.
Examples: undƣncén becomes undƣncéns, óktolo becomes óktolos, jҧl becomes jҧls
In this class, the letter z is added. Words that belong to this class end in Á, É, Í, Ó, Ú, Ƣ, B, and D.
Examples: ϕónѱcé becomes ϕónѱcéz, béxҧ becomes béxҧz, jáqó becomes jáqóz
In this class, the letters es are added. Words that belong to this class end in Ñ, F, J, N, S, V, W, Y, C, and Ԅ.
Examples: kélf becomes kélfes, fəszƣnc becomes fəszƣnces, móséhévéj becomes móséhévéjes
In this class, the letters us are added. Words that belong to this class end in X, H, and Z.
Examples: éñudumúquxu becomes éñudumúquxus, zoscƣh becomes zoscƣhus, rohzx becomes rohzxus
In this class, the letters eks are added. Words that belong to this class end in Q, R, Φ, and Ѱ.
Examples: éərúnϕ becomes éərúnϕeks, ѱáq becomes ѱáqeks
This class is used primarily in uncountable nouns, such as liquids or gases or some intangible nouns. These nouns plural form is the same as its singular form.
Examples: hévén, vará, áíln