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  1. “plural of donald” (English) in German is

    plural von donald

  2. Need to translate "donate to" to German? Here's how you say it. ... Donald Trump. Donald Duck. donating. donation. donations. ... Plural. Singular. Past Tense ...

  3. A list of them, with examples, is appended below. A further piece of good news is that German plural nouns have no grammatical gender . No matter what the gender was in the singular, the plural definite article in the nominative case is always die, the accusative is also die, the dative is den, and the genitive is der.

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    • Add an -e Ending. This is the most common way to form a plural—simply add an -e to the end of the word, much like how we add an “s” in English! This is how most masculine nouns (around 89% in fact) form their plurals.
    • Add an -er Ending. The following pattern is popular among neuter nouns. It also occurs in masculine nouns, but very rarely. If a neuter noun ends in -tum then it will always follow this pattern.
    • Add an -n/en Ending. If a masculine and neuter noun ends in -e, we need to add on an -en ending to craft the plural. This is also the case for a few neuter nouns that end in -e (but careful, not all of them!)
    • Add an -s Ending. Ah, this part is easy peasy for the English speaker! We just add an -s like we do in our own language! This almost always applies to words that have been taken from English, Dutch or French; abbreviations; peoples’ names; and words that end in an unstressed vowel.
  5. Grimm Grammar is an online German grammar reference from the University of Texas at Austin. Page description: Nouns describe people, animals, things, concepts and ideas. Just as in English, German nouns can be common or proper, count or mass, singular or plural.

  6. Grimm Grammar is an online German grammar reference from the University of Texas at Austin. Page description: In German, a noun is either singular or plural. It is usually introduced by a determiner that helps identify whether the noun is singular or plural.

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