What would you like to do?
The pronoun 'you' functions as both singular and plural. The pronoun 'you' also functions as subjective and objective. Examples: Jack, you may go out to …play now. (singular, subject) Class, you are all dismissed. (plural, subject) Jack, I made a sandwich for you. (singular, object) Children, I made some sandwiches for you. (plural, object)
There are many words or synonyms for the word canopy. These words include awning, cover, shade, umbrella, and marquee.
Well, it is a verb, and it can't be plural all by itself, but if you mean the verb for a plural subject, then it would be the word "were." I was, you were, we were (past tense…). I am, you are, we are for present tense.
Most English words fall into that category. For a start, only nouns and verbs can have a plural form. And many nouns have no plural: think of abstract nouns such as tenuousnes…s and joylessness, for example. Some nouns, such as sheep, take the same form in the plural as in the singular, which is a different thing altogether.
For shelter, they built a CANOPY in the woods
Plural is more than one. Example: tree = trees ( there's more than one tree)
The pronoun-verb combination 'you are' is the singular or plural form; for example: Jane, you are next. Joe and Jane, you are next. Boys and girls, you are next.
The word 'the' has no plural. The word 'the' is a definite article, used to indicate that the noun that follows it is a specific person or thing. When more than one person or …thing is spoken of, either no article or adjective is used (The car crashed. to Cars crashed.); the plural demonstrative pronouns are used (These cars... or Those cars...); or a possessive noun or pronoun is used (Their cars crashed. or Joe and Jane's cars crashed.)
The rain forest canopy was very dark as the girl walked through it.
A plural word is a noun that is two or more people, places, or thing. For example: people = actors, doctors, children, places = islands, cities, parks things= grapes, …penguins, shoes
Awning is another word for canopy but I'm not sure it's more common. The noun 'canopy' is a common noun, a word for any canopy of any kind.
the plural of word is words --- A variant of a singular noun which describes multiples. Generally this is created using an appended letter 's' (such as Car… singular Cars Plural) in English however there are many irregular plurals nouns to which this does not apply. e.g. ane example of an irregular plural Mouse singular Mice (irregular Plural) And a regular plural Dog singular Dogs (regular Plural)