phrasal verbs ?
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Is it " I bought a trousers yesterday or I bought a trouser yesterday"?
Trousers, like pants when used to mean the entire article of clothing, is one of those words that always ends in "s", even if you have just one. So it is "I bought trousers yesterday" -- without the article "a".
(An aside, you can patch his pant leg or you can patch the leg of his pants. When refering to the entire piece of clothing, it is pants or trousers. But when refering just to one leg, it is pant or trouser.)
For exhasuted, you can fill in the blank with "exhausts" or "tires".
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