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Dutch Lessons » Plurals in Dutch

Many people say that we end our words so often with "en". This is true.
  • Almost all of our verbs end with "en".
  • Almost all plurals end with "en".
Examples of verbs
  • rennen
  • lopen
  • zwemmen
  • kussen
Plurals in Dutch are made by adding "-en" or sometimes another letter +"-en"  to keep the correct pronounciation.

Man -
Mannen
Kip
Bal
Vrouw
Hand
Paard

Tip Articles for plurals are always de.
  • de man - de mannen
  • het paard - de paarden.
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