- Aug 24, 2007
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Then I guess a native speaker should state plainly that fish has two plural forms: 'fish' and 'fishes', and that they are normally used in different contexts. 'Fish' is the most common, and would pass in almost all situations.i think (fish) . cause i studied the plural and single of fish is fish ,and that is in any situation
In English, when someone simply says "What about X?" which the hearer cannot fit into the current conversation, they often say, "What about X?"What do you mean sir? I don't understand. Could you please explain?
Isn't chicken a food too? Why, then, do you make it plural?:shock:we can answer to this ques. Firsrly, we look to the noun whether countable or uncountable.
Then we can decide if the word is countable
so we can put it in plural form ( word + -s, -es etc. )
Generally, food is uncountable form . Therefoe, the plural of fish is fish .
Hope to got it. :-D
I thought fish and chickens were animals, and it was only when you ate them they were food.Isn't chicken a food too? Why, then, do you make it plural?:shock: