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Rexxo

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About Rexxo

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  • Birthday 05/12/1999

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    Spanish
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    Romanian
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  1. Hi,I'm a beginner in studying Spanish, and now I just got stuck in this little part of the grammar: the plural of nouns.I've read on a site that nouns ending in a vowel or "é" add "-s". Also, nouns ending in a consonant add "-es". These are the two main rules. Now, the same site says that a noun ending in a stressed vowel other than "é" adds "-es". But another site says that nouns ending in "á" or "ó" add "-s", just like for "é", thus invalidating the first one, and that those ending in "í" or "ú" can add both "-s" or "-es" (jabalí -> jabalís/jabalíes). What are the truths?Also, a site says
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