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alsieboo
08-06-2005, 11:44:53
Clean out your inbox you twat!

Dyl Ulenspiegel
08-06-2005, 12:02:00
naughty

mr.G
08-06-2005, 12:26:06
oi oi

Drekkus
08-06-2005, 12:28:41
Nixs pm.

LoD
08-06-2005, 15:19:01
Done, sorry :p.

Venom
08-06-2005, 15:35:11
So you're Nick....You mother fucker.

Funko
08-06-2005, 15:35:33
Moederneuker

Venom
08-06-2005, 15:37:03
Is that how you say it? Nice.

Now pluralize it.

Funko
08-06-2005, 15:37:57
Moederneukers

Venom
08-06-2005, 15:39:11
No funky double lettering? Nice and easy. That's the way I like it.

Drekkus
08-06-2005, 15:39:57
Funko, you have any idea when somthing is pluralized with an s or with en.

Funko
08-06-2005, 15:51:52
No.

I'll learn.

Ok.

-s nouns


1. Nouns that end in a single vowel or nouns that end in unstressed ee

* Add an apostrophe ('s) to nouns ending in single a, i, o, u, or y . They need an apostrophe to keep their vowels long.

2. Nouns that end in an unstressed diphthong.

3. Nouns that end in the unstressed endings -el, -em, -en, -er, -erd, -aar, -aard, or -um

4. Nouns that end in the stressed endings -eur and -foon

5. Person's titles or professions that end in -oor or -ier

6. Foreign words that also take the plural -s in their original language

7. Names of letters and acronyms

So that's easy then. :eek:

mr.G
08-06-2005, 16:15:44
wow, even this dislect learns some nice dutch from the dutchmaster

Oerdin
08-06-2005, 19:37:32
Look at all those Dutchen people.

alsieboo
08-06-2005, 23:05:00
Originally posted by LoD
Done, sorry :p.

If you're going to reply to people, it's common decency to make sure you can get their PMs :p

stealth biased
08-06-2005, 23:07:30
yeah.

Drekkus
08-06-2005, 23:34:53
Originally posted by Funko
No.

I'll learn.

Ok.

-s nouns


1. Nouns that end in a single vowel or nouns that end in unstressed ee

* Add an apostrophe ('s) to nouns ending in single a, i, o, u, or y . They need an apostrophe to keep their vowels long.

2. Nouns that end in an unstressed diphthong.

3. Nouns that end in the unstressed endings -el, -em, -en, -er, -erd, -aar, -aard, or -um

4. Nouns that end in the stressed endings -eur and -foon

5. Person's titles or professions that end in -oor or -ier

6. Foreign words that also take the plural -s in their original language

7. Names of letters and acronyms

So that's easy then. :eek: :eek: Wow.
The 's thing is a bitch when writing in english, keep mixing it up.

Funko
09-06-2005, 00:02:46
funny, when I was reading that list I thought that the 's thing was going to be a bitch. :)