singular or plural?
I have some difficulties when I'm asked to make sentences with "time" and "times". When should I use the singular form and when the plural form? Are there any fixed idioms or it is just a matter of the sentence's context?
Re: singular or plural?
Hello, naty.csrg. Welcome to the forum.
Originally Posted by naty csrg
Context is very important. Why don't you post some examples of what you think would be the correct usage? Someone will be happy to comment on them.
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