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    Is it possible to pluralize the noun ''cake''?

    Howdy howdy!

    Would you please tell me how one can pluralize the nouns such as ''cake'' and ''chicken''(meat)?

    Is it possible to say:

    I bought three cakes at the supermarket.
    He ate two complete chickens at the party.

    Thanks very much.

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    #2

    Re: Is it possible to pluralize the noun ''cake''?

    Yes, both are correct.

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