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    'fish' is a plural or singular

    I wonder if the noun 'fish' is a plural or singular. Please give me a context!
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    Re: 'fish' is a plural or singular

    It's generally uncountable or makes no change for the plural (three fish), but it does have a plural countable form that is inflected (three fishes).

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    Re: 'fish' is a plural or singular

    Quote Originally Posted by trueheart_205 View Post
    Please give me a context!
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    fish - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online

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