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    Talking Countable Nouns

    In the sentence: "What's your favorite fruit"?
    Which is the correct answer:
    a) My favorite fruit is apple.
    b) My favourite fruit are apples.
    In my opinion, letter "a" is correct, but shouldn't I use the plural form?

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    Re: Countable Nouns

    In the first, I'd use 'the apple', but that still doesn't sound as natural as the second. Reversing the sentence to get 'apples are my favourite fruit' works still better for me.

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