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    #1

    apple and apples

    1) I like to eat apples .

    2) I like to eat apple .

    May I know what are the differences between the above two sentences?

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    Re: apple and apples

    A native speaker would use 1).

    Ju, you have been a member long enough to know that you shouldn't leave a space before a full stop.

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