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What's the difference? Grammatical plural, singular, and mass noun
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Noun class descriptions for Ancient Kaelic
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These three noun classes indicate how nouns interact with plurality.

Singular nouns are referred to with singular pronouns and can be modified with 'm to indicate plurality.

Grammatic plural nouns are referred to with plural pronouns and cannot be modified my 'm. They are usually indicated as separate words when the plural form of a singular noun carries different connotations.

Mass nouns are referred to with singular pronouns but cannot be modified by 'm. Usually refers to a substance that has no discrete form (e.g., milk)
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