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    #1

    A interesting sentence

    "I looked out and saw seven or eight deer standing out in the field. ...As I looked at the deers I thought about how nice it was they were safe on our land"

    How do you interpret the difference between deer and deers in the sentence?


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    Re: A interesting sentence

    No great grammatical mystery for you to have to remember more rules about.
    It's a typo.
    But there is something you can learn:
    "An interesting sentence."


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    #3

    Re: A interesting sentence

    Welcome to the forums.

    Deer is the same in the singular and the plural.

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