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    “Types of (noun)” singular or plural?

    Are nouns used in “Types of (noun)” -- (noun)singular or plural?

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    Re: “Types of (noun)” singular or plural?

    If we speak of 'types' of noun, we are generally thinking of, for example. count/non-count or concrete/abstract nouns. If we are thinking of singular and plural forms, we speak of 'number'.

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