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Hi :)
So there is no difference between singular and plural?  Instead of having 2 or multiple forms there 
is only 1 form?  
Regards from 
Tom :)  

 From: Michael Bauer <>
Sent: Saturday, 31 August 2013, 21:46
Subject: [libreoffice-l10n]  message par Kairaba Cissé

Depending on how you look at it, there is only singular or only plural. 
Either way, the noun always is the same in counting. Just like Chinese.


31/08/2013 21:44, sgrìobh Rimas Kudelis:
so in other words, there's just one plural form, right?


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