“How do I learn Italian plurals?”
“How do I get familiar with them?”
“Will I ever be able to understand them?”
These are just a few questions some people ask themselves when they come across Italian plurals for the first time.
There’s always this misconception about Italian being a complicated and impossible language. Perhaps you too are thinking the same and are wondering why does Italian grammar seem so illogical.
Well, I can’t really blame you. When things look so unfamiliar, it’s perfectly normal to feel scared. We struggle with finding a logic and an easy way to understand what we’re learning.
If you’re approaching Italian plurals for the first time, you might share the same feelings. You feel confused and you constantly ask yourself why does a certain word form the plural in a certain way.
You see that there are different ways to form plurals in Italian, but still you can’t figure out the rule on your own.
Luckily, you don’t have to worry. Just like noun genders, plurals can be learned and remembered super easily.
So, in this video I’m going to show you an easy way to remember how to form plurals in Italian.
Don’t forget to click on let’s play after watching the video. You will find a game to help you memorise this rule in an easier and more fun way.
Let’s get started!
Here is a summary of what we covered during this video:
Words ending with -o in the singular form will end with -i in the plural form
gatto → gatti
libro → libri
Words ending with -a in the singular form will end with -e in the plural form
porta → porte
casa → case
Words ending with -e in the singular form will end with -i in the plural form
volpe → volpi
cane → cani
And now, click on let’s play to learn Italian plurals in a fun way.