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    Question Mum

    Hello,
    This sentence, "Mum is buying things"
    "s" is to indicate plural? if "s" does'nt in that sentence, it mean mum is buying thing in singular. Am i Right?

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    Re: Mum

    Right, but you'll need to make that singular noun clear. Like this,

    Mum is buying something.
    Mum is buying a thing for the car.

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