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    Grammar

    Can I say "here are six artworks"?


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    Re: Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can I say "here are six artworks"?
    Though it isn't a term I'm familiar with it might be a term found within the art community.


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    Re: Grammar

    'artwork' is the page of illustrations, photographs, or other nontextual material prepared for inclusion in a publication. In a sentence, it should be used as an uncountable noun. The plural would be , "six sheets/pages of artwork"

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