Questions tagged with plural

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plural
Would it be our solutions deliver insight or our solutions delivers insight?
use of plural +1 vote, asked Dec 06 by Cindy Caserta
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"that has" or "that have"?
Which is correct between the following: - ... elements that have attributes ... - ... elements that has attributes... ?
that plural 0 votes, asked Nov 19 by Yasha Kramarenko
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Plural possessive apostrophe - daughters' or daughters
My mom and her daughters' on her 95th birthday.
possesive apostrophe plural +1 vote, asked Nov 14 by maria walling
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Apostrophe, or not apostrophe? That is the question.
What's correct? Park owners cars. Park owners' cars. Park owner's cars
apostrophe plural 0 votes, asked Nov 09 by Taylor Paul
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Should we use article before plural nouns?
Should we use article before plural nouns?
Articles plural nouns +1 vote, asked Nov 07 by Keval
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Adding "s" after apostrophe.
This question is about adding "s" after apostrophe in the word "Bones". This copy will appear in an ad for ...
apostrophe plural possesive noun 0 votes, asked Nov 02 by Ilya Startsev
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Figuring out which of these sentences are correct.
My coworkers are trying to figure out the correct sentence structure for figuring out when someone has a class. These ...
singular-plural plural a an singular 0 votes, asked Nov 02 by Zack Ringler
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Plural form
You are teachers,is it correct scentance?
plural 0 votes, asked Oct 25 by Peter Rana
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is or i's? gs or g's?
Don't forget to dot your is. Don't forget to dot your Is. Don't forget to dot your i's. Don't forget ...
plural pluralization apostrophe +3 votes, edited Oct 01 by Jenny Hetherington
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Measurements of vague nouns
Would it be "Six inches of snow are on the roof" or "...is on the roof" ? Same goes for ...
plural nouns Verbs +1 vote, asked Sep 07 by tami glatz
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Possessive form of two aunts?
If I am typing a post referring to a new business two of my aunts have started together, do I ...
apostrophe possessive plural +1 vote, asked Sep 02 by Laura Stone
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plural or singular verb usage depending on subject
Not sure if I use a singular or plural verb here. Am I referring to the cleanser or the ingredients? ...
singular plural verb +1 vote, asked Aug 25 by Christina Ablahad
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Please choose the correct answer from options or just help.
The woman who .......... apples also ....... oranges.A. Sells/sellsB. Sell/sellC. Sells/sellD. Sell/sells
Sell singular plural 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Tope Dimaro
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'us' or 'we' in a short reply
Hey all, One of those questions where one sounds better than the other but I feel it must surely be ...
Us WE subject-verb first-person plural +1 vote, asked Jul 20 by GT
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Singular or Plural referring to a list
My wife was recently preparing a grocery list for me, and I asked, "Is oranges on the list?" She made ...
plural lists 0 votes, asked Jul 15 by ApocalypseOfSpoons
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Making surnames plural
How would I write out the plural of a surname ending in a silent letter which would require -es if ...
surname plural French +1 vote, asked Jul 13 by Karen
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was or were
Should the following have 'was' or were'? If an analysis in terms of progression were utilized,the two... Thanks
singular plural 0 votes, asked Jun 05 by Graham Bull
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Should this list be followed by a plural or singular verb?
I began the closing paragraph of a cover letter with the following sentence:I believe my commitment to excellent service, my ...
verb plural singular list 0 votes, asked May 26 by Amy Reich-Frase
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How do i show possession after the word either?
Which one is correct? Is it either driver's fault? Is it either drivers' fault? Is it either drivers fault?
possession plural pluralpossession +1 vote, asked May 26 by Lisa
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Usage of their with plurals
This has been bothering me for years! Can someone please weigh in on the correct usage of the word "their" ...
possesive singular plural agreement 0 votes, asked May 13 by Robert Hodes
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About plural and singular
My question is : Can I write this : the red and blue chair or Should I write this : ...
plural singular 0 votes, asked May 03 by Hossam Dz
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You guys/you guys'/you guys's/your guys/your guys'/your guys's?!
So I recently heard my friend say this, "how was your guys's day?" I told her it was grammatically incorrect ...
apostrophes your you plural possesive 0 votes, asked Apr 26 by Joanne Chu
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Are or is
Hi, I am not sure which of these sentences is correct and why: They have to be fed through the ...
are is plural 0 votes, asked Mar 31 by Paul
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use of apostrophe with "respective"
Which is correct? "Day one of the conference included keynote addresses by Tom Smith of Neptune Co. and Fred Jones ...
apostrophe possessive plural +1 vote, asked Feb 03 by Wilson Grabill
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Noun agreement
At certain universities, community and technical college students who transferred early — before earning their associate degrees — can still ...
parallel plural nouns +1 vote, asked Dec 30 '15 by Laura McDowell
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Singular vs plural: help or helps?
Proceeds from our charity auction help kids OR Proceeds from our charity auction helps kids
singular plural -1 votes, asked Dec 10 '15 by A
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The capitalization of non-proper but trademarked nouns
Would you capitalize the words "Xbox Live Gamertag," "Nintendo Wii Friend Code," and "PlayStation Network Name"? I would certainly say ...
propernouns capitalization product plural pluralization 0 votes, edited Dec 09 '15 by Alex Bieser
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Should this sentence use "is" or "are" as the verb?
Please explain if you know the answer. I know there are numerous alternatives, but I am trying to understand this ...
grammar verb plural is are 0 votes, asked Dec 07 '15 by Tyler
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The word "data" as a plural of "datum"
I realize that the word "data" is often used as a singular mass noun, but many consider it a plural ...
data datum singular plural 0 votes, asked Dec 02 '15 by Igor Solar
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Come or Comes for a Family
When referring to a family, is it "Here COME the Wilsons" or Here COMES the Wilsons"?
singular plural family 0 votes, asked Nov 24 '15 by Jen Cowans
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