Exercise 2 - More plural practice (Lessons 8 and 9)
I-affection (plural mutation) is one of the most important things you need to learn, as you also use it in I-stem verbs, so here's some more for you to have a go at (as always, drag to highlight the line next to the word to check your answers). The more you use it, the more it will become embedded in your memory, and you will be able to pluralise any word on the fly without having to think about it.
Paur (fist) = Poer (fists) Cai (hedge) = Cai (hedges) Iest (wish) = Ist (wishes) Iôl (flood water) = ŷl (flood waters)
Farf (carpet*) = Ferf (This is a sneaky irregular, based on the plural of Parf being Perf not Pairf - due to the final 'a' coming before an 'r' the plural becomes 'e' not 'ai'). *This word is reconstructed