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    Singular or Plural

    I use a comb to brush my hair.

    Is "hair" in this sentence singular or plural?


    Thanks,
    Julie.

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    Re: Singular or Plural

    Neither. It's uncountable.

    If you are talking of individual strands of hair, the word 'hair' is countable: There is a hair in my soup

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