Is a plural noun and verb A. cheeses contains B. cheese contains C. cheeses contain D. cheese contain?
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Asked in Plural Nouns, Possessive Nouns
What is the plural possessive of cheese?
Asked in Pronouns
Does cheese have a plural form?
Asked in Collective Nouns
What is the collective noun of cheeses?
The plural noun 'cheeses' is a word specifically for 'types of' or 'kinds of' cheese. The noun 'cheese' is a mass (uncountable) noun as a word for a substance. There is no standard collective noun for cheese or cheeses. However, a collective noun is an informal part of language. Any noun that suits the context of a situation can function as a collective noun; for example, a selection of cheeses, a variety of cheeses, or a display of cheeses.
Asked in Cheeses, Blue Cheese
Is blue cheese non processed cheese?
blue cheese is molded cheese that is then processed to become processed disgusting cheese, rather than its former state of just disgusting cheese. [ADDED} To answer with respect to the questioner, blue cheeses (plural - there are many varieties) are otherwise-ordinary cheeses to which is added a penicillin mould whose colonies form the characteristic blue marbling. These cheeses tend to have a strong, slightly peppery, taste.
Asked in English to Spanish
What is the word contain in spanish?
Why is cheese a mass noun?
The noun 'cheese' is a word for a substance. Substances can only be counted by the units or forms in which they are found; for example a wedge of cheese, a slice of cheese, a pound of cheese, etc. However, like many mass nouns for substances, the plural form is used for 'kinds of' or 'types of'; for example: This store sells cheeses from around the world. My favorite cheeses are cheddar, bleu, Swiss, and mozzarella.
Asked in Nouns
Is cheese an uncountable noun?
Yes, the noun 'cheese' is an uncountable noun, a word for a substance. Like many uncountable nouns for food substances, the plural form is reserved for 'kinds of' or 'types of'. Examples: The cheeses of Europe are extremely popular in the US. The cheeses I like best for a grilled cheese sandwich are a slice of Swiss with a slice of mozzarella.
Asked in Nouns
What is the mass noun of cheese?
Asked in Social Sciences, Grammar
In the phrase 'icebergs contain' is contain plural or singular?
Asked in Plural Nouns
What is the plural word form of cheese?
Cheese can be a mass noun (when referring to the substance itself) and a count noun, when referring to an uncut wheel, or cake of cheese, plus the rind. As a mass noun, it is already in a pluralised form, therefore if you ate several pieces of cheese, you would say "I ate some cheese." If perhaps you were a shopkeeper, and sold wheels of different kinds of cheese, you could say "We have many cheeses to choose from." This is an example of cheese as a count noun being used in a plural form.
Asked in Plural Nouns
Why prizes is plural of prize?
Prizes is the plural form of prize because in the English language, when you make a word a plural word, you usually put an "s" after the normal word, or an "es" after it. However, there are also words that you have to change alot. Example 1: Prize+s= Prizes <---Plural Example 2: Cheese+es= Cheeses <---- Plural Example 3: Story-y= Stor+ies= Stories <---- Plural
Asked in Mycology or Fungi
What is two functions that fungi have?
Fungi has many functions and I will try to name everyone in my book. Fungi (FUN-jigh) is the plural form of fungus. Fungi can be very useful to living things. Some of them have great flavors. Others contain chemicals that fight diseases. Still others help bread to rise or turn cheeses into sharp and tangy cheeses. Fungi in soil break down decaying plants and animals so that their chemicals can be used by living things. You might say that such fungi can clean up our environment. Unfortunatly, the fungus kingdom also contains organisms that cause problems for people.
Asked in English to Italian
What is the English phrase 'cheese market' in Italian?
Mercato dei formaggi is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "cheese market." Specifically, the masculine noun mercato means "market." The word dei combines the preposition di with the masculine plural definite article i to mean "of the." The masculine noun formaggi means "cheeses." The pronunciation is "mehr-KAH-toh deh fohr-MAHDJ-djee."