We learned, during one of our first lessons, how to from plurals in Italian. Now we know there is a rule for that. In this lesson, we’re going to sort of break the rule.
At the very beginning of our lessons we saw the rule to form the plural of the Italian words.
We saw that, to create the plural of the words ending with an -o, we need to replace the -o with an -i.
After that, we saw that when we have a word ending with -a, we need to replace that -a with an -e in order to make it plural.
Finally, we learned that, to create the plural of the words ending with an -e, we need to replace that -e with an -i.
So, to make it simple, we learned that there’s a specific rule to create plurals in Italian
However, in this lesson we’re going to learn one particular case where we can and have to break this rule:
we’re going to see how to form the plural of the Italian words ending with an accent.
In this video lesson, you will see a few examples together with an explanation. But don’t be too surprised in the end. 😉
Press play and enjoy!
MAGIC PLURALS IN ITALIAN: WORDS ENDING WITH AN ACCENT
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