How do you make a bosnian word plural?
I'm learning the language because its my main background...and I was just wondering this..
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
As you know in every language there are lots of exceptions, but generally speaking we can say that most of the words end in -0 (masculine singular) or -A (femminine singular).
In most of the words that are femminine you form the plural by adding - E
e.g. cura(a girl) - curE(girls)
kava (a coffee) - kavE (coffees)
lopta(a ball) - loptE (balls)
With masculine nouns you add -I
dečko (a guy) - dečkI (guys)
televisor ( a Tv) - televizorI (TVs)
As I said before there are many exceptions, so you have
pas(a dog) - psi (dogs); stol (a table)- stolovi (tables) etc.
- 1 decade ago
Although I'm native, I honestly don't have a clue. An American guy was once explaining me that it has something to do with syllables but I didn't understand anything. Totally weird. I speak 4 foreign languages but I don't have a clue about morphology of my own language. It's quite complicated though.
- hkysonLv 61 decade ago
This language has a complicated grammar, and it has all sorts of ways of pluralizing nouns and verbs.
Harleigh Kyson Jr.