cada and plural nouns

CHARLESA2Kwiziq community member

cada and plural nouns

This is really nitpicking but I think this can be worded a little more clearly:

"Notice that cada is invariable and is always followed by a singular noun, except when there is a number before the noun, in which case it needs a plural: "   I suggest replace "it" with "the noun" .  I know preposition refers to the last noun before it but in this case I was confused because I thought it meant "cada" that should be plural.  I think because I assumed the noun would obviously be plural.


Asked 7 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Charles

The explanation has been re-worded to make it clearer.

Gracias y saludos

Inma

cada and plural nouns

This is really nitpicking but I think this can be worded a little more clearly:

"Notice that cada is invariable and is always followed by a singular noun, except when there is a number before the noun, in which case it needs a plural: "   I suggest replace "it" with "the noun" .  I know preposition refers to the last noun before it but in this case I was confused because I thought it meant "cada" that should be plural.  I think because I assumed the noun would obviously be plural.


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