> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Antonielly Garcia Rodrigues > > What do you say for the plural? > We say "uns" /~us/, which is the plural for "um" /~u/. So there's a plural of 1? Obviously "one" can't be plural when indicating quantity. That's the numeral, as opposed to the article. Sometimes you may want an article and quantity combined. the cat(s) A specific cat or group of cats. a/some cat(s) A non-specified cat or group of cats. no cats To show a complete absence of cats. one cat There is only one cat, as opposed to some other quantity. the one cat One specific cat of multiple possibilities. (any) two cats (or another positive numeral) There is more than one cat, but we're not referring to specific ones. the two cats Two specific cats.