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    a must-do and its plural form

    This is a must-do for me.

    Do we have a plural form for must-do?

    Is it must-does? Is ‘does’ pronounced same as 【dʌz】here?

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    Re: a must-do and its plural form

    Quote Originally Posted by LiuJing View Post
    This is a must-do for me.

    Do we have a plural form for must-do?

    Is it must-does? Is ‘does’ pronounced same as 【dʌz】here?

    Thank you.
    (Not a teacher)
    Must do's.

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    Re: a must-do and its plural form

    Neither seems really normal to me. Even in the singular, a must-do is highly colloquial. I'd just say they are 'musts' or obligatory.

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