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    • Join Date: Aug 2008
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    Problem or Problems with the S

    Hello everybody

    I always get confused when i want to say something in plural

    especifically I'm trying to talk about many shirts (for homework) so I don't know if it's okay to say "the shirts are completely flat(s) ans even(s)"

    flat and even it's supose to go with or without "s"


    do you have any tip to know when it's necesary an "s"

    thanks


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    Re: Problem or Problems with the S

    Quote Originally Posted by Eduardo Sanchez View Post
    Hello everybody

    I always get confused when i want to say something in plural

    especifically I'm trying to talk about many shirts (for homework) so I don't know if it's okay to say "the shirts are completely flat(s) ans even(s)"

    flat and even it's supose to go with or without "s"


    do you have any tip to know when it's necesary an "s"

    thanks
    Adjectives do not have plurals. Nouns have plurals. The noun in the sentence above is "shirts" which is modified by the adjectives "flat" and "even".

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