Questions tagged with plurals

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No with plural or singular forms of countable nouns?
This plural or singular thing has bothered me for a long time. Should I use plural or singular fomrs of ...
no Plurals singular countable nouns +1 vote, asked Nov 10 by
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Which usage is correct A or B?
Grammar novice here. Which is correct, A) B) or both? A) Why stop at two legs when four legs are ...
is-are pluralization is are Plurals 0 votes, asked Nov 05 by Sam Zivot
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Complex Plurals
How do I decide which of the capitalized words to use in sentences like the following: The starving children filled ...
Plurals 0 votes, asked Oct 22 by Aileen Zsenyuk
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Versatile experience or experiences
I can say that I have various experience in that field but does it make sense to say I have ...
nouns Plurals 0 votes, asked Sep 15 by Yena A.
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What is the plural of Socrates? "They are sat around like a collection of Socrates."
Plurals 0 votes, asked Jul 03 by Tony Prost
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Is the plural for "game seven" (i.e., the seventh game of a seven-game series) "games seven" or "game sevens"? I ...
Plurals seventh game +1 vote, asked Jun 04 by Dean L. Franz
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Confusion about Plurals
There is a short phrase we'd like to use on our website. Currently, it says, "Helping 200 Million+ Run Their ...
Plurals business Businesses Phrase 0 votes, asked Mar 18 by Sean Loomis
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Romeo and Juliet's death Romeo and Juliet's deaths
Plurals 0 votes, asked Mar 15 by cw
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Brothers and sisters
I am writing a caption for a photo of 6 siblings for a biographical book. It currently reads, "Susan's brothers ...
Plurals 0 votes, asked Dec 05 '14 by Jill
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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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glitter vs. glitters
Which one is correct? 2 Jar of Glitter or 2 Jars of Glitters If 2 Jars of Glitter is correct, ...
Plurals 0 votes, asked Oct 30 '13 by slhsia
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Plural of family name
What is the plural of a family name, to indicate that you are talking about everyone in that family, e.g. ...
Plurals of family names 0 votes, asked Sep 03 '13 by Sylvia Bienvenu
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Should it be 'a knight of the twelfth and thirteenth century' or 'a knight of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries'?
Plurals 0 votes, asked Aug 28 '13 by sarah jones
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