Spanish nouns that end in -z in Spanish
Spanish nouns that end in consonant -z form their plural by adding -es and changing the -z for a -c.
Look at these examples:
una vez/dos veces
un pez/dos peces
una voz/dos voces
Whatever the gender, they all form their plural this way.
Be careful with nouns that have a written accent in their singular form. When making their plural, they keep the original accent. For example:
Tengo un lápiz.
I have a pencil.
Tengo dos lápices.
I have two pencils.
See also Forming the plural of nouns ending in a consonant in Spanish (except -z) .
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