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    Default proper use of the plural form of "money"

    "Money" is usually used as a noncountable now. When do you use it as a countable noun?

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    Default Re: proper use of the plural form of "money"

    Only in legal language, where it denotes various forms of negotiables having value, such as US dollars, gold, stocks, bonds, pounds, yen, etc.

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