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    Is the word group singular or plural? Also, would you say....groups or group's? TYIA
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    Re: Singular or Plural

    Quote Originally Posted by stormincna View Post
    Is the word group singular or plural? Also, would you say....groups or group's? TYIA
    You can have one group or several groups, no apostrophe, unless you are talking about something that belongs to a group, as in "The group's assets."

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