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In case you don't specify (or don't know) amount of a noun, which will you say "a ~" or "~s"?

Example:
Flower nectar can be collected from (a flower or flowers).
This drink is made form (an apple or apples).
I want to meet (a developer or developers) of this product some day.

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In case you don't specify (or don't know) amount of a noun, which will you say "a ~" or "~s"?

Example:
Flower nectar can be collected from (a flower or flowers).
This drink is made form (an apple or apples).
I want to meet (a developer or developers) of this product some day.
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