plural nouns

Grammar tag

Singular and Plural Nouns

Anything that is just one in quantity is singular. But what if there is more than one? Nouns that are two or more are called plurals! Simple, yes? Let's see!

 

Plural-Only Nouns

Here, we will discuss some nouns in the English language that are always used as a plural noun, i.e. they don't have a singular form. Let's get to it!

 

Freshman vs. Freshmen

Ladies and gentlemen, let's begin our journey. This time, we're gonna discuss the slight differences between these two words.

 

Person vs. People

This time, we're gonna discuss the differences and similarities between these two words. Well, do you have any ideas? Come on.

 

Octopuses vs. Octopi

Ladies and gentlemen, in this lesson, we will tell you all there is about the differences and similarities between these two words.

 

Scarfs vs. Scarves

This time, we're gonna discuss the differences and similarities between the plural forms of 'scarf'. Let's begin our journey, shall we?

 

Fish vs. Fishes

Ladies and gentlemen, tell me, how much do you know about the plural form of 'fish'? Well, don't panic if you have no idea. Come with me.

 

Gases vs. Gasses

In this lesson, I wanna lecture you about the differences and similarities between these two words. Do you think they are the plural forms of one noun?

 

Calfs vs. Calves

In this lesson, we will discover the differences and similarities between these two words. Do you think they are both plural forms of 'calf'?

 

Youth vs. Youths

Are you familiar with the plural forms of nouns? Do you think this one is correct? Well, if you wanna expand your knowledge, join me.

 

Tomatos vs. Tomatoes

In this lesson, we're gonna talk about the differences and similarities between these two plural forms. Which one do you think is correct?

 
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