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    singular and plural

    Hi, i have a question, i am not sure of when do i need to use the plural form and when the singular form.

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    Re: singular and plural

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi, i have a question, i am not sure of when do i need to use the plural form and when the singular form.
    Hi

    The topic of singular and plural nouns is quite large. Can you give us an example? What exactly are you interested in?
    Singular means one oject, one person, one phenomenon or thing.
    Plural refers to more than one.

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