Questions tagged with plural

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Question vs. questions
What is the proper use of the word question vs. questions? Example: Should you have any question regarding this proposal, ...
singular plural plural-comparative 0 votes, asked Feb 25 by Megan Miller
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Subject-verb agreement (Presence + s)
Sentence -- A: The police said the boy was not present in the scene of accident. B: Well, the issue ...
Presence plural 0 votes, asked Feb 13 by alan
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Working/grammar for a tagline
Hi, I'm trying to help my sister with a mission statement. Right now, she has : ...is a team of ...
who that plural singular 0 votes, asked Feb 02 by Hanni Yothers
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matter or matters
Which of the following questions is gramatically correct: How does it matter you? / How does it matters you? Why?
singular plural question 0 votes, asked Jan 22 by hajera
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When using the word Collection
Would it be correct to use 'sneaker collection' or 'sneakers collection'?
plural 0 votes, asked Jan 14 by Claudia Wong
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A singular verb or plural?
Check this and kindly let me know which one is the correct one? He is one of the soldiers who ...
singular plural Verbs 0 votes, asked Dec 19 '14 by Dr-Maulik Vyas
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possessive
Is it: "Sally's and Maria's birthday" or Sally and Maria's bithdays" or something else? thanks.
plural possessive 0 votes, asked Dec 10 '14 by Jessica
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plural
If you have to write something like Christian's and Muslim's would you use. 's. If you you need to use ...
plural singular 0 votes, asked Dec 09 '14 by Claire
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plurals
Which one of the followings is correct? 1) The matrix B is the same as A except with the first ...
plural 0 votes, asked Dec 04 '14 by Chan Frankie
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Please help! What is the proper way to write this sentence using proper English grammar?
I am going to "pull up" to your and Connie's house on my elephant!
yours plural singular possesive Hers 0 votes, asked Dec 03 '14 by Nicky Stockman
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'No' + [Plural noun] + [verb]: ambiguous meaning?
I am wondering if the following sentence has an ambiguous meaning: "No hugs are better than homework." Here are two ...
plural no ambiguity 0 votes, asked Nov 30 '14 by anon445
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Should the noun preceding the phrase "of both" be singular or plural?
Is it correct to say "Please give the title of both your speech and your book" or "Please give the ...
singular plural both Phrase +1 vote, asked Nov 29 '14 by Celeste Behe
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Plural possesive: bodies'
If I understand the rules, the correct possesive form of the biochemistry of our bodies would be our bodies' biochemistry. ...
plural possesive apostrophe bodies 0 votes, asked Nov 24 '14 by YossiD
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A series of events...unfolds or unfold?
In a statement regarding a common series of events, is the action plural or singular. e.g. When a dormant volcano ...
series plural singular 0 votes, asked Nov 17 '14 by Wendy
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apostrophe question
Hi, I am offering meditations for children. *I* have written the meditations to be *used* by children, to be *listened*to* ...
apostrophe object possesive plural 0 votes, asked Nov 11 '14 by minimedi .com
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Toy shop or toys shop? Why?
When we describe what a shop sells, we would say "a ____ shop". Should the "_____" be singular or plural? ...
singular plural 0 votes, asked Nov 09 '14 by cocobread
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There is or there are?
Which is correct?There is a blackboard and a chair. OrThere are a blackboard and a chair? I'd appreciate your help ...
there is-are plural singular 0 votes, asked Nov 03 '14 by Bmk13
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plural or singular
Is "employee benefits" singular or plural? Here is the context in which it appears both ways: Q. Describe how employee ...
singular plural 0 votes, asked Oct 14 '14 by Carol Rini
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Extraordinaire or Extraordinaires?
Which is correct? Bakers Extraordinaire or Bakers Extraordinaires? Thank you!!!
plural Plurals 0 votes, asked Oct 03 '14 by Ness
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Plural only or possessive?
Which is correct? emerging seniors housing needs OR emerging seniors' housing needs
plural possessive 0 votes, asked Aug 26 '14 by Barb Lepp
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Homo sapiens singular form?
Would it be proper to say "You are a Homo sapien." Is the capitalization correct? Do I still need to ...
singular plural science scientific Name 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '14 by emma verzele
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Plural Forms of Nouns
Hello All, Need your expert advice as I am confused in understanding and using the appropriate plural forms of nouns ...
plural Forms 0 votes, asked Aug 12 '14 by Natalia
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How is this title supposed to be worded?
Isn't this worded incorrectly? "Prices of 2014 US Open Tickets Continues To Increase with Tournament Approaching" Shouldn't it either be ...
plural singular 0 votes, asked Aug 08 '14 by Matt
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Plural Forms
Hello, Could you please assist in identifying the correct sentence. I am confused where the below sentence will have plural ...
plural 0 votes, asked Aug 08 '14 by Natalia
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possessive apostrophe or not?
Which is correct where there are three frogs so plural making noises collectively called a chorus? Is the apostrophe used ...
apostrophe possessive plural 0 votes, asked Aug 08 '14 by carol powney
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singular or plural
My friend is directing a film titled 3 illegal.I think it is grammatically incorrect and shoul be 3 illegals as ...
plural 0 votes, asked Jul 15 '14 by fatema
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Singular or plural?
Can I say something like this? 'One more thing that I like is cats'
singular plural grammar 0 votes, asked Apr 07 '14 by Mary
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it or they with use of the word "funds"
Which one is correct and why? If you have funds in your account balance, it will be automatically applied to ...
it they funds plural grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 18 '14 by Oren BA
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Word use plural
I am referring to more then one master; so should it be; masters' masters or master's? (see plural carriages) Slaves ...
plural 0 votes, asked Feb 18 '14 by Richard McCallum
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Singular/Plural
"Cheerleader Auditions" or "Cheerleaders Auditions" I'm fairly certain it is the first, but I'm not sure why. They are each ...
singular plural +1 vote, asked Jan 30 '14 by rosdrise
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