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fault or faultS
If you find fault with something or someone, you look for mistakes and complain about them.
FAULT is a countable noun. Why is there no 's' behind the word 'fault' in the above sentence?
Last edited by *^^*; 19-Nov-2012 at 07:42.
Re: fault or faultS
'Fault' sometimes functions uncountably. It does in the phrase 'find fault with'.
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