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    nour is offline Newbie
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    Smile the irregular plural nouns

    hi,
    we all know that there are nouns that don't have any plurals. It is the same in singular and plural. e.g. the word "fish" is a singular and plural noun.

    But I found in my son's book that "fish" in the plural becomes "fishes"!

    Is this correct? Can anyone help me please?


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    Default Re: the irregular plural nouns

    Welcome, nour.

    This explanation will help. Click here.

    What context in your son's book was the word fishes used?

    All the best.

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