Questions tagged with plural

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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 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 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 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 by rosdrise
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Plural for last name ending in 'i'
I'm creating handmade bridal gifts for a girlfriends. My dilemia is that her new name will end 'etti' is the ...
plural 0 votes, asked Jan 27 by Jill
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Usage of singular and plural
Pls let me know the correct one.. Discuss the types of competency involved in your organisation. Discuss the types of ...
singular and plural 0 votes, asked Aug 13 '13 by Shefali Kaushik
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Singular or Plural Noun in a List
Which is correct? 1.) Property Covered under Coverages A, C, or E. or 2.) Propert covered under Coverage A, C, ...
singular plural Conjunction list noun 0 votes, asked Aug 05 '13 by Lindsay
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the Plural of the word "percent"
Could you, please, explain why the word "percent" is used in a Singular form instead of Plural: "Again each data ...
plural 0 votes, asked Jul 12 '13 by Dmitry
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Subject-verb agreement
Why is it sometimes I see a definite article + subject, plural, listed + singular verb? For example, the time ...
subject-verb agreement plural 0 votes, asked Jun 06 '13 by Phoebe
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pluralizing when two consecutive verbs
We are creating job descriptions that typically start out with two verbs, and we are wondering if we pluralize both ...
plural consecutive Verbs 0 votes, asked Jun 05 '13 by Chris B/C
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Plural or singular
I've got the following sentence: "Recent statistics (show) that in 2005 in the EU 41,600 people were killed in road ...
plural singular 0 votes, asked Jun 02 '13 by Artur Strozynski
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Plural Possessive
What would the plural possessive of "competitor's" be? EX: (single competitor) "They will purchase your product, or your competitor's!" (many ...
plural possesive 0 votes, edited May 22 '13 by sherry
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Plurals
Which of the following is correct: Joes’s performance on tasks that assessed his writing skills was variable. Joes’s performances on ...
plural 0 votes, asked May 14 '13 by James
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public's eye or public eye
He wanted to get his book out in the public's eye. -OR- He wanted to get his book out in ...
possesive hyphen plural 0 votes, asked Mar 15 '13 by Laura Adair
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Need to know how to use this word correctly.
I wanted to use the word 'elephant ear' in my story which is the plant I was referring to and ...
plants Usage plural singular 0 votes, asked Mar 09 '13 by lee leeeder
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When subject is singular but predicate is plural
I may be using the word predicate incorrectly (as I forget a lot of grammar terms) but how would you ...
singular plural 0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Brenner
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Singular and plural possesives
Hi, I have looked in my dictionary for an answer to this question but can't find it. I am wanting ...
plural possesive 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '13 by Lee
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singular or plural referring to the components of a group
"...the low-eNd and high-eHf end is partial melts from garnet pyroxenits..." This is a technical paper so the nouns aren't ...
plural singular groups 0 votes, asked Jan 30 '13 by Peter Meleney
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Plural form of a phrase
At our school, we pick one game a week to heavily promote and call it the Game of the Week. ...
plural Word Phrase 0 votes, asked Jan 26 '13 by Josh
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Plural form of the word "word"
Good day, I have seen the plural form of the word "word" being used in many ways. I have seen ...
plural Difference Word words singular 0 votes, asked Dec 13 '12 by Bill Robinson
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singular&plural; preposition "into"
May I ask you to help me again, please. I have two questions now. The first one: "Ten per cent ...
into singular plural 0 votes, asked Dec 02 '12 by Lola
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students, students' and students'
Hello, I am having problems with the apostrophe in this word. My theory is that if there is a noun ...
possession plural apostrophe -1 votes, asked Oct 12 '12 by Katrina Stobie
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Should I use singular "knows" or plural "know" in sentence below
Only teaching staff knows they work in a magnet school and can identify the theme. or Only teaching staff know ...
plural 0 votes, asked Aug 10 '12 by Mattie
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Should I use singular "knows" or plural "know" in sentence below
Only teaching staff knows they work in a magnet school and can identify the theme. or Only teaching staff know ...
plural 0 votes, asked Aug 10 '12 by Mattie
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Which is correct--have or had?
I'm stumped. Does the "all of which" refer back to the singular "inner world" or to the list: "thoughts, beliefs," ...
all singular plural 0 votes, asked Apr 25 '12 by Peggy
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