This chapter will be completely dedicated to making the plural in Spanish. It is divided into six chapters each about a different plural structure. The difficulty with plurals in Spanish is that there are a lot of exceptions. The equivalent of adding an –s or –es at the end as one does in English often will not do the trick, as you will see as you work your way through this chapter. As opposed to the conjugating of regular verbs, logic often seems to lack when it comes to making the plural, leaving you forced to remember a lot of individual cases. However, in this chapter some useful rules are explained, to have you speaking proper Spanish within no-time!
So, what is the amount?
The amount is the grammatical construction that indicates whether a word refers to one or multiple people, beings, things or events. They are divided into:
A) Singular: Indicates one person, being, thing or event.
B) Plural: indicates two or more people, beings, things or events.