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nouns plural in form but singular in meaning. countries,organizations or

by Guest10857569  |  5 years, 2 month(s) ago

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countries,organizations or companies
miscellaneous
fields of study or knowledge

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  1. Guest22698099

    news,mumps,shingles,dominoes,billards,darts,mathematics,physics,atlentics,economics,philiphines

    measles

  2. Guest22663981

     civics and physics

     

  3. Guest22496768

    50 words

     

  4. Guest21303969
    ex. *Mathematics Use in a sentence: Mathematics is a very hard subject. Mathematics is just one but its ends with S
  5. Guest20569302
    it's so very to find the answers...i swear!!!
  6. Guest20497375
    tahnk you for your info.
  7. Guest20417599
    mathematics news measles shiggles thats all i know.. im sorry.. im stupid in English eh...
  8. Guest20400647
    i hate english!!!it's very very easy!
  9. Guest20059888
    tanong mo sa lelang mo!!
  10. Guest15195258
    news and measles...
  11. Guest11351838
    putang ina nyo
  12. Guest11290285
    mathemathics
  13. Guest11186963
    Scissors Pants Eyeglasses Briefs Tights Leggings News woods snow skis leotards tights moose deer swine aircraft blues
  14. Arslan Masaud
    There is a group of nouns which are plural in form but are singular in meaning – and are used only in the singular, e.g. crossroads (he soon came to a crossroads), gallows, news (this is the 7 o’clock news), shambles (his room is often in a shambles). thanks

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