countable or uncountable

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What are the differences between people, peoples, person, persons?

Are they countable or uncountable?

 

Thank you.

asked Jul 09 '13 at 17:21 ju New member

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Peoples is wrong. People is a plural noun. The singular is person. 

link answered Jul 10 '13 at 16:23 Sanjay Expert

Both are countable nouns.

SanjayJul 10 '13 at 16:23

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