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The Latin inflection is all well and good, but where is the English inflection? What is the plural of this noun? Aargh, never mind, I found it. (For the record, I don't find the page display very helpful, but I'm sure others have argued that out.)Mcswell 18:50, 3 September 2009 (UTC)

We try to make things better within the limits of software not so well suited for the highly structured nature of language, which structure also varies a lot between languages. For English, inflection is relatively minor (a small proportion or irregular nouns (plurals) and verbs, some comparative forms of adjectives and adverbs). With repeated use it gets easier to understand our approach -- except for the exceptions ;)). DCDuring TALK 22:53, 17 September 2009 (UTC)