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    "requirement"

    Is the work "requirement" usually plural?


    The minimum requirement for this course is very low.
    The minimum requirements for this course are very low.
    I meet the requirement for entering this college.
    I meet the requirements for entering this college.

    Which are correct?Why?

    thank you

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    Exclamation Re: "requirement"

    Quote Originally Posted by kelvin123 View Post
    Is the work "requirement" usually plural?


    The minimum requirement for this course is very low.
    The minimum requirements for this course are very low.
    I meet the requirement for entering this college.
    I meet the requirements for entering this college.

    Which are correct?Why?

    thank you
    The word "Requirement" is a countable noun. It can be both singular and plural. So all your sentences are correct grammatically.

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