Humans = plural


Why grammarly is telling me that the word "humans" is singular?

See example:

Humans are used to take into account such contactless interfaces when interacting to other humans.
asked Aug 03 '12 at 15:24 JosePrado New member

2 answers


You are right. Human as a noun is countable so "Humans" is plural form of noun "Human".


link comment answered Aug 07 '12 at 08:09 dictionary word definition New member

Hi I have a question, I can't got this sentence mean "I am just now starting to feel human again" please explain for me.Thanks.

link answered Mar 07 '16 at 05:37 Leila New member

simply when a person start feeling like a devil and lose the susceptibility we can say he lose his humanity. and if he start feeling again and become a good person and know his mistake he can say "I am just now starting to feel human again"

Nai eeMar 28 at 17:31

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