Czech Nouns: Number
There are three important grammatical categories that determine the composition of a Czech noun: the case, number, and gender.
Czech distinguishes between the singular (one subject) and plural (more than one subject). There is no one way to create a plural of a word. In the majority of cases, it is done by adding or changing the ending of the singular (pán - páni, město - města). Sometimes the stem of the singular is modified (dítě - děti). In some instances, the plural looks the same as the singular (růže - růže).
pán (gentleman) - páni (gentlemen)
žena (woman) - ženy (women)
město (city) - města (cities)
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