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    Default is name pluralized

    wats the diff

    person a: there will be a baseball game at the stadium
    person b: really?

    what are the names of the teams (does this mean each team has more than 1 name)
    what is the name of the teams (does this mean that one name per team
    what's the teams' names (does his mean each team has more than 1 name)
    what's the teams' name

    person a: yankees and red sox

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    Default Re: is name pluralized

    A: There is a baseball game at the stadium today.
    B: Really? Who's playing?
    A: The Yankees and the Red Sox.
    B: What time does the game start?
    A: The game starts at 2:15.
    B: What are the names of the teams that are going to be playing?
    A: I already told you. The Yankees and the Red Sox.
    B: Who's pitching?
    A: I don't know.
    B: Who won the World Series?
    A: The St. Louis Cardinals.
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    Default Re: is name pluralized

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    wats the diff

    person a: there will be a baseball game at the stadium
    person b: really?

    what are the names of the teams (does this mean each team has more than 1 name)
    what is the name of the teams (does this mean that one name per team
    what's the teams' names (does his mean each team has more than 1 name)
    what's the teams' name

    person a: yankees and red sox
    1. No. One name each.
    2. It would mean that the teams shared one name.
    3. What are the teams' names. Same as 1.
    4. What is the teams' name. Same as 2.

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