Questions tagged with plural

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Societies vs. Society's
Would "society's" or "societies" be correct in this sentence? Under (society’s/societies) rules and regulations, Rousseau did not see humanity as ...
plural possesive apostrophe 0 votes, asked Apr 21 by Beth Oreilly
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Plural or singular?
Hi! Which of the following is correct? "John, as well as Annie and Philip, has received an award." or "John, ...
plural singular Sentence Structure 0 votes, asked Apr 20 by Zoe
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What is the correct plural for the family surname
Hello there What is the correct plural for family surname ending in "i"? (i.e. the surname is "Doroftei". What is ...
surname plural 0 votes, asked Apr 17 by Catalin Doroftei
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"in the mountains" -- singular or plural?
What is the correct number for a "plural-sounding" region, "in the mountains"? For example, "Deer and bear live in the ...
in-the-mountains singular plural 0 votes, asked Apr 15 by Ramona Tse
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"The" article + adjective + plural noun (with or without)
I have a college project that needs a title, and i'm wondering which name is more suitable ?"The Grand Studios"Or"Grand ...
the article adjective plural noun 0 votes, asked Apr 12 by Rawan Malallah
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Should I be using boy's or boys'?!
Hi, I am writing an extensive piece on attitudes towards reading. Within this, I discuss "boys attitudes" many times. However, ...
apostrophes pluralpossession plural possesive 0 votes, asked Apr 07 by Eve Hunter
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Feet basics vs Foot basics
If I was describing the basics of feet, would I call that "foot basics" or "feet basics" (and similarly for ...
singular plural singular- 0 votes, asked Apr 05 by bob191919
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Plural People = Plural Actions?
Which of the following sentences is correct?1) "They exchanged glances, then gave me a long, scrutinizing look."2) "They exchanged glances, ...
plural singular agreement 0 votes, asked Apr 03 by Anne O'Nimmous
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Title
I have written a paper about children's school experiences around the world. Which title would be correct? School Around the ...
singular or plural form 0 votes, asked Mar 30 by Marian
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Make or makes
"I thank the groups and teams whose dedication to the perfection in their goal of increasing awareness make(s) the event ...
plural singular +1 vote, asked Mar 24 by Ami
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Use of plural nouns as singular example
Hello, We are all editing professionals in my office and find ourselves in a disagreement. Two sentences have been submitted ...
plural example agreement subject 0 votes, asked Mar 14 by Emily-Jo Hopson
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noun forms
How else is "form" named? Or how can you replace "form" in the following sentence. The tense of a verb ...
noun form plural singular singular-plural 0 votes, edited Mar 16 by Rob
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Nationalities (plural and generalizations)
To refer to a nation (a group of people from a particular country) we make a noun referring to a ...
Nationalities generalization plural Articles 0 votes, asked Mar 05 by Valeriia Oleinich
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tights,choir,customs,time,history,clothes,jeans..which one of them is plural .pair.collective?!
how can i know to choose the right answer with these words... like tights .i have the question that say ...
countable plural pair singular collective 0 votes, asked Feb 22 by quadcore003
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Pluralization
Why do we say "two bedroom apartment" and not "two bedrooms apartment"?
plural pluralization numbers 0 votes, asked Feb 10 by Sami Succar
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'Species of plant' (or is it plants?)
When writing a sentence such as 'There are 12 species of plant', should 'plant' be singular or plural? I.e. 'There ...
singular plural plant plants 0 votes, asked Feb 08 by Eden
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Plural of Pi
What is the plural of Raspberry Pi? Is it Pi? Is it Pis? Is it Pi's? Please let me know ...
plural I 0 votes, asked Jan 25 by Isaac Louis Tag
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Collective nouns with singular or plural verbs.
Should "was" or "were" be used in this sentence: A group of us missionaries (was, were) in the middle of ...
collective nouns plural Verbs 0 votes, asked Jan 23 by L. Selph
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Ambiguous Phrase: Plural or Singular
Hi, My muddled mind can't compute this: Is the phrase 'more than one kind of' singular or plural? In other ...
plural Phrase phrases Plurals 0 votes, asked Jan 13 by pbass wil
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During third and fourth grade or grades?
Which one is correct? During third and fourth grades, I played basketball. OR During third and fourth grade, I played ...
singular or plural throughout 0 votes, asked Dec 17 '16 by Sue
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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 '16 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 '16 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 '16 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 '16 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 '16 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 '16 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 '16 by Zack Ringler
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Plural form
You are teachers,is it correct scentance?
plural +1 vote, asked Oct 25 '16 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 '16 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 '16 by tami glatz
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