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    Question Which of the sentences is right?

    Flood, hurricane, tornado and earthquake are natural disasters.

    Floods, hurricanes, tornados and earthquakes are natural disasters.

    Which of the two sentences is more acceptable in terms of grammar? Thanks for helping!

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    Re: Which of the sentences is right?

    Quote Originally Posted by roseriver1012 View Post
    Flood, hurricane, tornado and earthquake are natural disasters.

    Floods, hurricanes, tornados and earthquakes are natural disasters.

    Which of the two sentences is more acceptable in terms of grammar? Thanks for helping!
    The latter is the one we use.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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