The word party is a noun. The plural form is parties.
The noun 'do' is a word for the first note on a musical scale; and an 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.
Yes, the word plural is a noun.
No the word dancing is not a plural noun. When used as a noun the word dancing is uncountable.
It is a plural noun.
Yes the word people is a plural noun. It is often the plural of person.
No the word gazing is not a plural noun. The word gazing is not a noun at all but a verb. The singular noun form is gaze and the plural noun is gazes.
Yes the word sisters is a plural noun. The singular noun is sister.
Yes the word beneficiaries is a plural noun. The singular noun is beneficiary.
Yes the word warriors is a plural noun. The singular noun is warrior.
The word horses is the plural noun for the singular horse.
The word computers is a plural noun.
No, the noun 'favor' is a count noun, both as a word for an act of kindness (an abstract noun), and as a word for a gift given to guests at a party (a concrete noun).The plural form of the noun favor is favors.
The word sister's is a possessive, singular noun. It can also be a contraction of "sister is".The word sisters is a plural noun and sisters' is a possessive, plural noun.
The word "stairs" is the plural noun.The word "stair" is the singular noun.
Yes, the word pancakes is the plural form of the noun pancake.
Yes, the plural noun 'feet' is an irregular plural.The singular noun is 'foot'.A regular plural is a noun that forms its plural by adding an -s or an -es to the end of the word.A irregular plural noun forms its plural in some other way.
The noun 'plural' is an abstract noun, a word for a classification of a noun. The noun 'plural' is not a collective noun. A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way.
Yes, the word 'boys' is the plural of the noun 'boy'; the word 'boxes' is the plural of the noun 'box'.
No, the plural form 'children' is an irregular pluralnoun (there is NO 's' at the end of the word).A regular plural noun is a word that is made plural by adding an 's' or an 'es' to the end of the word.An irregular plural is a word that is made plural in some other way.The word 'children' is the plural for for the singular noun 'child'. The plural is formed by adding 'ren' to the end of the word (not 's' or 'es'); a irregular plural form.
The plural of the noun exchange is exchanges.
Nouns is the plural form of noun.
No, it is an adjective (plural of this) or a pronoun (restating a plural noun).