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    secret

    Which one is correct? What's the different? Which do most people use.
    Should it be plural. becasue when we talk about something in general like "I like cats"
    It's plural

    Can you keep a secret
    Can you keep secrets
    Can you keep secret

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    Re: secret

    The first two are common; the first one might be more common.

    Can you keep a secret? <a specific secret>
    Can you keep secrets? <in general>
    Can you keep secret?

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