We're learning about adjectival nouns in our German course, and I've studied the declension table for two general cases:
- Definite article (der- word) present
- Indefinite article (ein- word) present
What I'm having trouble with is distinguishing between the following two sentences:
- [Die Deutschen] sprechen Deutsch.
- Ich kenne [viele Deutsche].
Since Deutsche is plural, why does it not become Deutschen in the second sentence?