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    [s] <----?

    knack Show phonetics
    noun [S]
    a skill or an ability to do something easily and well:
    a knack for remembering faces
    She has the knack of making people feel comfortable.
    There's a knack to using this corkscrew.
    Dear Teacher,

    What does [S] stand for? Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow402 View Post
    Dear Teacher,

    What does [S] stand for? Thank you.
    That S stands for singular noun, which means that that particular noun is predominantly used in the singular form.


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    Re: [s] <----?

    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow402 View Post
    You're most welcome.
    I'm sure this information will help you as much as it has helped me understand and distinguish between nouns and their forms.


    By the way, you're using a very good dictionary.


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    Re: [s] <----?

    Thanks for your response again. Yeah, I am using Cambridge Dictionary. It is great!

    Have a good one.

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