Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Plural"

The meaning of "Plural" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “one-offs”(in plural form) mean?
A: thanks! When you say one-off concert, does it mean not a tour concert or they just gathered to have one concert then dismissed?
Q: What does I can never remember what our plural is. mean?
A: plural = the word for two or more of something, like "cats" is the plural of "cat"

The moose can't remember what the word for more than one moose is. He doesn't know that the plural of "moose" is "moose". He doesn't know how to talk about groups of moose, so he doesn't like to be in the groups.
Q: What does The plural variant we use today mean?
A: Plural means more than one. So for example, the plural variant of cat is cats. The plural variant of house is houses. The plural varient of mouse is mice.
Q: What does plural noun mean?
A: a noun is a word that is a person, place, or thing (Bill, table, playground, etc.)
Plural means more than one.
A plural noun is a word for more than one of a person, place or thing (tables, playgrounds, balls, etc.)
Q: What does plural mean?
A: Meaning more than one. Eg. Shoes instead of shoe.

Example sentences using "Plural"

Q: Please show me example sentences with What's the plural form of "praise"

Is praises common and natural to hear?

and can you make an example with it please?.
A: Praises is the plural of praise. And it's quite common.
I've heard numerous praises about the newly elected minister.
Q: Please show me example sentences with their and plural noun or their and singular noun?
some people say it should be "their+cars" and if they share the car it is "their+car"
but some people say differently..
A: Bill and Lera own their car. It is a blue car. (2 people own one car)
Bill has a black car, and Lera has a red car. At night they drive their cars home. (2 people + 2 cars)
Q: Please show me example sentences with What is the criterion’s plural, ”criteria” or ”criterions”?

If I can use both, then how can I make different between two?

Could you give me some examples, please :).
A: Criteria.

Plurals like this are from Greek loan words.
Q: Please show me example sentences with plural.
A: "Wow! Look at all those Horses!"
"There are 12 Pencils."
"I have 2 pens."

Synonyms of "Plural" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between no + plural and no + singular ?
A: They mean the same thing. But I usually use no + singular.
Q: What is the difference between "plural" and "multiple" ?
A: pluralは言語・分法に関する場合だけ使われています。

"There is multiple so you need to make it a plural" 複数ので、複数形にしないと
Q: What is the difference between some of those (a plural noun) and some of them (a plural noun) ?
A: Both them and those can be correct depending on the usage. In the movie quotes it is not the correct usage because they are using "them" as slang.
You would usually use those when you are referencing a specific item or thing that you either include in the sentence or can point to.
For example: Can I have some of those candies?
Some of them is used when not directly referencing a noun.
For example
Do you want all of these candies? No, I only want some of them.

Translations of "Plural"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is the plural to "You", there's one?
A: it's almost right. You don't just say "guys" by itself, you need to say "you guys" - this is very common. There's also "you all", or in the south we just say "yall".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's the plural form of the word CHEF?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the plural of "This is such an amazing city"
A: These are such amazing cities...
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? avós (no plural, se referindo ao feminino e ao masculino)
A: Ah sim! Avós no plural é grandparents
"My grandparents are spleeping"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? vocês (plural de você)
A: Sometimes in America you will hear "y'all" as a plural to you or "you guys".

Other questions about "Plural"

Q: What is the plural of 'leaf'? Is it 'leaves'?
A: Yes. There are many leaves on the tree. I picked a leaf up off the ground.
Q: ​​1)Why "A"is the plural form of"B"?

2)Why is the plural of "A" end in "X"? Does this sound natural?
A: Why is "A" the plural form of "B"?

Why does the plural of "A" end in "X"?
Q: If you read "The Gifted", at first would you think it's plural or singular?
A: Plural
If it was "The Gifted One," I would think it was singular.
Q: What's the plural form of 'vortex'?
A: I've heard it can be both vortexes and vortices but I'm not 100% sure
Q: I have learned that a plural form is used for nothing, for example, "I have no phones.", however "No one knows." consists of 'no + a singular noun'. Could anyone describe why?
A: Hm.. I think you can say "i have no phone"
You say "i have no time" and time is singular
That's as much as i can help!

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