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    grape or grapes?

    when do we use grape and grapes? is it countable?


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    #2

    Re: grape or grapes?

    Yes - countable. "Peel me a grape" and bunch of grapes.


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    Re: grape or grapes?

    Thanks. So we can say, "It's a grape." and "They are grapes."?

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    #4

    Re: grape or grapes?

    Grape=singular.
    Grapes-plural.
    countable noun


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    Re: grape or grapes?

    Thanks.

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