What is plural for il fiume?
'I fiumi' is the plural of 'il fiume'. It's pronounced 'ee FYOO-mee'. The plural and singular forms of the noun are both in the masculine gender.
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Pluralism implies mutual respect between diverse groups.. Answer . There are three answers to this question, I will give you all three, as I am not sure in which sense you asked this question. Answer 1, A condition in which numerous distinct ethnic, religious, or cultural groups are present …and tolerated within a society. i.e Great Britain, United States. Answer 2, The belief that no single explanatory system or view of reality can account for all the phenomena of life. Answer 3, The holding by one person of two or more positions or offices, especially two or more ecclesiastical benefices, at the same time. Pluralism spelt incorrectly. It can have more than 1 definition depending on usage-see below- (MORE)
The noun 'do' is a word for the first note on a musical scale; andan informal word for a social event such as a party or a hairstyle(short for hairdo). The plural noun is dos . The verb ' to do ' that follows a plural subject is do ! . Singular: I do, you do, he/she/it does. . Plural: We … do , they do . (MORE)
A "plural" is a noun or a pronoun that is a word for two or morepeople or things. Most plural nouns are formed in English by using the letters or es at the end of the word (e.g. boy-boys, hat-hats,lunch-lunches, glass-glasses). But there are many nouns that haveirregular plurals, or ones that fol…low rules for the language fromwhich they originated (e.g. man-men, goose-geese, mouse-mice,lady-ladies, datum-data). Plural pronouns follow separate rules : (I / we) (you / you) (he, she, it / they) For the objective case : (me / us) (him, her, it / them) For possessives : (mine / ours) (your / your) (his, hers, its / theirs) (MORE)
The plural of "is" is " are " . as in: I am You (singular) are He/She is We are You (plural) are They are
A plural is a noun or a pronoun for two or more people, places, orthings. Some examples are: an apple - two or more apples a boy - two or more boys a child - two or more children an egg - two or more eggs a friend - two or more friends an idea - two or more ideas a month - two or more m…onths a party - two or more parties a star - two or more stars a tree - two or more trees a woman - two or more women (MORE)
When do is used as a noun (meaning party, feast, celebration, such as Christmas do; or swindle, hoax) then the plural is do's or dos.
Plural is an English term for explaining more than 1. For example . Cat is singular Cats is plural. House is singular. Houses is plural.
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The city of Fiume (Rijeka in Croatian) was briefly an independentcity-state in the 1920s, after the Italian poet Gabriele D'Annunziostaged a military occupation of the town. Then it became part ofItaly and after World War II part of Yugoslavia. Since 1992 it hasbeen part of Croatia.
When no is a noun the plural is NOES. As in "The noes have won the day."
There is no plural form, not all words can be plural, and thus ends up being 'and'.
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A plural is a words that expresses more than one, or, in other words, wo or more. I will show two examples as followed: 1. cat cats So that's one cat, then more than one cat, cats. It could mean two cats, three cats, or one hundred cats. 2. elephants elephants So that's one elephant, the…n more than one elephant, elephants. It could mean two elephants, three, or even a hundred. Now, here's a problem. What's the plural of goose? Not gooses. That sounds wrong. Here let me show you. The plural is geese. Some words just don't follow the American rule. 1. goose geese Sorry! I can't think of any more that don't follow the pattern. Anyway, the regular pattern. The words can end in s, es, or ies. For example as followed: 1. bats (it is a plural and it ends in s) 2. apples (its is plural and it ends es [don't drop the e]) 3. flies (the original word is fly, drop y, make it a i, and add es) One last rule that came to me is, um let me think, take the word cheese for example. The plural of cheese is cheese. You don't say cheeses or have a totally different word . This is all I can teach you about plurals. There so much more out there in the world. Hopefully I have taught you something today! Thanks for giving your time in reading this! (MORE)
The plural of 'was' is 'were' Example: I was here. We were here. Were is not really the plural of was . Were is the past tense plural form of be . Was is the past singular form of be .
No. The verb or helper verb "has" is singular. Plural nouns (and I and you) use "have."
Had may be singular or plural. --- No! We use had if the noun is singular and we use have if the noun is plural! TY!ural.
No, the word its is a singular pronoun , the possessive form of "it". The plural form of the possessive pronoun "its" is theirs.. The plural form of the possessive adjective "its" is their..
Actually did is the past sense verb of the original verb 'do'.There is no bifurcation as singular and plural for the verbs.Though you use it for singular person or plural person you shouldconsider did only. For example: 1. Why did not he come to college yesterday? 2). Why did not they come to tutio…n yesterday? (MORE)
The plural of "she" is "they", so the plural of "she had" is "they had".
Is it possible, that I (singular), can plural (more than 1) all by myself? OR, do I (singular) need another- (also more than 1) as an addition before I do....? Is this how math started.
Have can be both singular and plural, but has can only be singular. So you are partly right. Have is used with the first and second persons singular and with all persons plural and plural noun subjects: I/You/We/They have a large fat dog . The boys have a large fat dog. Has is use…d only with the third person singular and singular noun subjects: He/She has a small dirty dog . The doctor has a small dirty dog (MORE)
The plural for 'I had...' is 'We had...' Note: the first person singular pronoun 'I' is always capitalized.
It usually is. The simple past tense of "to be" can be "was" or"were." Was is used only for the first and third person singular(I, he, she, it) while were is used for all other conjugations,including plural pronouns (we, you, and they) and plural nouns (thecar was, the cars were). However, the secon…d person (you) is thesame in English whether singular or plural, so "you were" could besecond person singular as well. (MORE)
" Crayfish " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase gambero di fiume (superfamilies Astacoidea , Parastacoidea ). Specifically, the masculine noun gambero means 'prawn." The preposition di means "of." The masculine noun fiume means "river." The pronunciation is "GAHM-beh-roh …dee FYOO-meh." (MORE)
The pronoun 'I' is singular , not plural. The pronoun 'I' takes the place of a noun for the speaker as the subject of a sentence or clause. The person speaking does not use their own name when referring to them self, they use the pronoun I, or the pronoun me for the object of a verb or a prepositio…n. Examples: singular Subject of the sentence: I gave my mom some flowers. Object of the verb: My neighbor saw me and waved. plural Subject of the sentence: We gave mom some flowers. Object of the verb: My neighbor saw us and waved. (MORE)
Have/has is a verb. Verbs don't have plurals. They have different conjugations based on the number of the subject. Has is used in the present tense for third person singular subjects. Have is used for all other subjects, singular and plural.
The word 'which' has no plural form. The word 'which' is a pronoun when not followed by a noun: Interrogative pronoun: Which is the best cheese for this dish? Relative pronoun: I can't decide which is best. The word 'which' is a determiner when followed by a noun: Which movie would you lik…e to see? I can't decide which movie. (MORE)
Were is the plural form (and the second person singular) for the verb was. Examples: Singular: I was there. You were there. He was there. It was there. Plural: We were there You were there. They were there.
The plural for the first person singular pronoun 'I' is 'we'. Example sentence: I can go to pick up Mandy or we can go together. The pronoun 'you' is the second person , singular or plural.
The possessive adjective 'your' functions as a singular or plural pronoun. Examples: Dad, your dinner is ready. (singular) Boys, your dinner is ready. (plural) Jack and Jill, your dinner is ready. (plural)
Has is used only for the third person singular (he, she, or ithas). All other persons, singular or plural, use " have. "
The plural form for the singular, subjective he or she is they . The plural form for the singular, subjective it is they . The plural for the singular, objective it is them . And even though you didn't ask, I will throw in for no extra charge: The plural form for the singular, objectiv…e him or her is them . (MORE)
The pronoun 'who' functions as both singular and plural , asan interrogative pronoun and as a relative pronoun. Examples: Interrogative pronoun Who is your new math teacher? Who are your visitors? Relative pronoun Mr. Madden, who teaches math and chemistry, is my newteacher. The visito…rs, who are my cousins, are staying for theweekend. (MORE)
a plural are a word that mean more than one and they show more than one thing
There isn't a plural term for 'be'. BE can only be used with a singular reference whether its used in future, current, or past tense. BEEN; past tense of BE Examples: I will be a singer. I wanted to be a singer. I should have been a singer. I've been singing. They will be early. They …wanted to be early. They should have been early. They have been early on a few occasions (MORE)
The plural would be 'are', not 'is'. Examples - "The birds are soaring in the sky." - "Cats are quite docile creatures."
There is no plural form for the pronoun 'there', a word that introduces a statement by taking the place of a noun for a specific place or circumstance (as used to introduce this sentence). The word 'there' has no plural form as an adverb: The bus stops there . The word 'there' has no plural form… as an interjection: There ! That didn't take long. (MORE)
The plural form of the singular personal pronoun 'he' is they . Examples: Yes, I know Mr. Smith, he is my neighbor. Yes, I know the Smiths, they are my neighbors.
The plural form of the third person singular possessivepronoun 'his' is theirs . examples: The ball is his. The ball is theirs. The plural form of the third person singular possessiveadjective 'his' is their . examples: That is his ball . That is their ball .
Davide Dal Fiume has: Played Battistini in "Vajont - La diga del disonore" in 2001. Performed in "Le ragioni del cuore" in 2002. Performed in "Prima dammi un bacio" in 2003. Performed in "Magomax" in 2003. Performed in "Nebbie e delitti" in 2005. Played Flavio in "Lontano" in 2011. Played Controllor…e in "Di riflesso..." in 2012. (MORE)
Oretta Fiume has: Played Una cortigiana in "Ettore Fieramosca" in 1938. Played Margherita in "Casa lontana" in 1939. Played Freundin Sylvias in "Der singende Tor" in 1939. Played La fioraia a bordo in "Retroscena" in 1939. Played Regina in "Gli ultimi della strada" in 1940. Played Maria in "La fanci…ulla di Portici" in 1940. Played Maria in "Ragazza che dorme" in 1941. Played Mattea in "Don Buonaparte" in 1941. Played Sua figlia in "Quarta pagina" in 1942. Played Berta in "Genoveffa di Brabante" in 1947. Played Lisa in "La dolce vita" in 1960. Performed in "Le magnifiche sette" in 1961. (MORE)
The cast of Vicino al fiume - 2004 includes: Stefano Abbati as Annibale Marcello Arnone as Antonio Antonio Caracciolo as Mazzanghino Enrico Ciotti as Zefferino Pasquale Fragale as Don Pasquale Carla Magda Capitanio as Lucia Stefania Palmisano as Egeria Imma Piro as Clelia Massimo Poggio as Carlindo …Fabrice Scott as Domenico (MORE)
The cast of Il misterioso dramma del fiume - 1918 includes: Gigi Armandis Maria Bianciardi Dedy Dalteno Livia Ferne Ettore Mazzanti Almerico Razzoli
The cast of Il fiume del grande caimano - 1979 includes: Barbara Bach as Alice Brandt Peter Boom as Tourist With Rifle Claudio Cassinelli as Daniel Nessel Silvia Collatina as Minou Clara Colosimo as Tourist Lory Del Santo as Jane Donald Dias Christopher Ferrando Mel Ferrer as Joshua Marco Giannoni G…eneve Hutton as Sheena Richard Johnson as Prophet Jameson Piero Jossa Marco Mastantuono as British Tourist Anny Papa as Laura Peter Peiris Romano Puppo as Peter Susan Spafford as Alice Brandt Paul Taylor Odiase (MORE)
The cast of Lungo il fiume - 1989 includes: Giancarlo Baldini Victor Cavallo Alessandro De Jaco Francesca De Martini Marco Leandris Oscar Mantovani Norma Martelli Johnny Melville as Berto Remo Remotti Michele Russo as Gussy Carmen Scarpitta Teresa Telara Caterina Venturini Giovanni Visentin Elena Zo…ufoly (MORE)
The plural forms of the personal pronoun 'it' are they asthe subject of a sentence or a clause, and them as theobject of a verb or a preposition.
Sul fiume Juba - 1913 was released on: Italy: May 1913 Italy: April 1913 UK: 3 May 1913 France: 18 April 1913 USA: 27 May 1913 UK: 3 May 1913 USA: 31 May 1913
La donna del fiume - 1954 is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:16 Finland:K-16 Sweden:15 West Germany:12
No, the plural form of the demonstrative pronoun or adjective'that' is those . Example for the demonstrative pronouns: I suggest you buy that because those are more expensive. Example for the adjectives: That car is less expensive than those cars .
The word 'me' is the first person, objective, singular personalpronoun. The first person, objective, plural personal pronoun is us . Examples: Mom made a sandwich for me . (singular) Mom made sandwiches for us . (plural)