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    I know that "shrub" is a countable noun. However, I still find that people use "shrub" with "s" and no "s". I have learned this from many articles on some webs. Just type "desert shrub" and you will find them. I want to ask one question. "Desert shrub have tiny leaves that lose little moisture on a hot day". Is this sentence correct? "shrub" here is used without "s". Many thanks.

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    Re: "desert shrub"

    Quote Originally Posted by fire fly View Post
    I know that "shrub" is a countable noun. However, I still find that people use "shrub" with "s" and no "s". I have learned this from many articles on some webs. Just type "desert shrub" and you will find them. I want to ask one question. "Desert shrub have tiny leaves that lose little moisture on a hot day". Is this sentence correct? "shrub" here is used without "s". Many thanks.
    No, "Desert shrubs have...."

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    Re: "desert shrub"

    many thanks.

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