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    fish

    what's the diff
    which one is correct

    i love fish
    i love fishes

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    Re: fish

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what's the diff
    which one is correct

    i love fish
    i love fishes
    "I love fish" is correct.


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    Re: fish

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    "I love fish" is correct.
    Both are correct

    fishes means many species of fish

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    Re: fish

    This is a little tricky. If you say, "I love dogs," it means that you love the animals. If you say, "I love dog," it means that you eat dog meat and you love it.

    Be careful with those animal plurals in these types of sentences.

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