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    ph2004 is offline Member
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    Default one person, two persons or two people ?

    Is the plural of "person" "people" ? Or can one also say : 2 persons ?

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    sarat_106 is offline Key Member
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    Exclamation Re: one person, two persons or two people ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    Is the plural of "person" "people" ? Or can one also say : 2 persons ?
    The plural of person is persons. People is a plural noun. You can say: There are two persons or two people. The Danish are fun loving people.

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