You will often find yourself needing to use this, so it's good to get in the habit of practicing it. This is also some further plural practice for you, as remember that when we're using 'in' it means there's more than one of whatever we're talking about! Try not to get muddled up between how the letters change for this and how they change in soft mutation, and remember that 'in' is not always 'in'! (Check back to the tables in lesson 10 if you are unsure).
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Singular to plural
In this exercise, I will give you the singular, and you will pluralise it, for example: Half (A seashell) = I chailf = The seashells
Craban (Raven) = I chrebain (The ravens) Lhing (Cobweb) = Idh/In lhing (The cobwebs) Talan (Flet, treehouse) = I thelain (The flets) Duin (River) = I nuin (The rivers) Gannel (Harp) = I ngennil (The harps) Both (Puddle) = I myth (The puddles) Pesseg (Pillow) = I phessig (The pillows) Eithel (Spring, well) = In eithil (The springs, wells) Glamor (Echo) = In glemyr (The echoes. Remember IN + GL is treated differently to IN + G)