Strong Feminine Demonstratives
Feminine demonstratives used for plural nouns are identical to those used by Strong Neuter and Masculine nouns. The most significant difference in pronouns is with the singular demonstratives. For example, the accusative singular and plural use the same demonstrative, as do the singular genitive and dative.
|Strong Feminine Demonstratives|
As seen earlier, the suffixes used for feminine nouns are very similar for each of the cases, with singular accusative, genitive and dative nouns taking an 'e' ending and plural nominative, accusative and genitive taking an 'a' ending. This makes it more difficult to tell which case a noun is in when it is plural, though the demonstratives are more reliable and distinct for singular nouns.
You can practice strong feminine demonstratives below.