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Formation of plural nouns is fairly easy in Turkish. To make words plural, add –ler or –lar to the word, according the vowel in the last syllable. If the vowel in the last syllable is an E-dotted vowel it gets –ler, if it is an A-undotted vowel it gets –lar.
There are some exceptions as well that can be memorized without much difficulty:
Galler Wales (i.e. the country)
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