Pronominal Suffixes with Plural Nouns
Use this video to teach your students about Plural Nouns with Suffixes: When a pronominal suffix is attached to a plural noun, its form is slightly different from when it is attached to a singular noun. This is because, like with singular nouns, the pronominal suffix is attached to the construct form of the noun; but unlike the singular nouns, the construct form of masculine plural nouns ends with a vowel.


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