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    damage

    what is the different between the two senetences below


    they are making you pay for the damage( abstract thing)
    they are making you pay for the damages(countable meaning the objects/items)

    and

    hurt is usually single but can i say hurts= meaning many spots on my body were hurt.
    i have hurts on my body

    thank you


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    Re: damage

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what is the different between the two senetences below


    they are making you pay for the damage( abstract thing)
    they are making you pay for the damages(countable meaning the objects/items)

    and

    hurt is usually single but can i say hurts= meaning many spots on my body were hurt.
    i have hurts on my body

    thank you
    Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press
    Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press



    i have hurts on my body -- sounds okay

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