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19 June

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Do you usually drop the "s" for plural nouns in spoken English? (context down below)

I came across the phrase "he's been pushing reform for 10 years". So, it goes without saying that you push more than 1 reform in 10 years, so my question is why did she use the singular form and not the plural? Do you do this regularly? If so, I'll be thankful if you can share more examples with me. Thanks in advance!
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