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[Introductory material here, maybe]
To Talk of Many Things
Consider these sentences:
- [intr, pl]
- [tr, pl]
- [cop, pl]
In English plurals are formed by adding "-s": chicken, chickens; duck, ducks. Except sometimes it's "-es": potato, potatoes. And sometimes it's just different: goose, geese; child, children. In Na'vi things are much more straight-forward: just add ay-.