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Plural of nouns
Nouns ending in: -o -i un libro due libri -a -e una casa due case -e -i un dottore due dottori una stazione due stazioni
NOTE: Some nouns are invariable and therefore do not change in the plural.
Nouns ending in accented vowels: una città due città un caffè due caffè
Nouns ending in a consonant: un bar due bar un film due film
Nouns that are abbreviated: un cinema(tografo) due cinema una foto(grafia) due foto
Nouns that that end in -ca and -ga change to -che and -ghe: un amica due amiche una riga due righe
Most nouns ending in -io change to -i. un negozio due negozi ufficio due uffici
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