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    Which is grammatically correct?

    underclassman failure cards
    or
    underclassmen failure cards

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    Re: Which is grammatically correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    underclassman failure cards
    or
    underclassmen failure cards
    I don't know what an "underclassman failure card" is, but, if it's a document of that name, the plural would be "underclassman failure cards".

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    Re: Which is grammatically correct?

    underclassman failure cards (whatever that means)
    You use the singular for adjective.

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