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    Is there a name for those words that end in 's' but take a singular noun?

    Are they considered count or noncount nouns?

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    Donna

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    Default Re: water aerobics

    Quote Originally Posted by donnach View Post
    Is there a name for those words that end in 's' but take a singular noun verb?

    Are they considered count or noncount nouns?
    Words such as aerobics, physics, mathematics, etc are used as uncountable (non-count) nouns.

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