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As we know the words about clothes " jeans and pants " are grammatically plurals and do not have singular forms.So how do we use them in spoken usage? If I say "she spilt drink on her jean" I know it's wrong.Then how should I use them.In short, what I want to know is how to use them in the language?
Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.
Hello, UM Chakma.
I'm not really sure if I understand your question correctly.
Could it be "...on one leg of her jeans."?
I just want to know how to use both words in both singular and plural.
You can speak of your jeans or a pair of jeans.
For more than one pair, you can still say my jeans or say my pairs of jeans.
I could point to a pile of pants (many pairs) and say "whose pants are these?"
I could also be holding just one pair and ask the same question.