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    Hi,teachers!like likes

    Here are their likes and dislikes.

    Can I understand like this that likes in this sentence is plural of like?
    And if likes is plural of like, then Is like singular? Could you please give me some examples Thank you!

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    Re: Hi,teachers!like likes

    Likes as the things you like is always plural
    * We all have likes and dislikes.

    Like is singular when talking about a person or a thing that is similar to another
    * jazz music and the like

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