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    the ancient Olympics were

    I think why "the Olympics" is treated as plural is that it has many games, but I have seen singluar Olympics as well. What do you think?

    82)...Actually, when the ancient Olympics were started in 776 B.C, they were quite different from the Olympics today...

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    Re: the ancient Olympics were

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    I think why "the Olympics" is treated as plural is that it has many games, but I have seen singluar Olympics as well. What do you think?

    82)...Actually, when the ancient Olympics were started in 776 B.C, they were quite different from the Olympics today...
    I think it is normally treated as plural.

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