|9.6.3 The different types of declination - with s and en|
As you can again see the articles are unchanged.
In the first example, there is the plural form unchanged in all the declinations which is quite logical since it would be hard to pronounce according to the rule that the Dative gets an additional n. Autosn is not even for Germans easy to pronounce.
The second example looks quite irregular. The ending -en is used in all the declinations - if the plural is formed with -en.
The third case is not too spectacular. The endings are the usual ones, only the plural form is actually the same like the singular one.
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