Asked in Parts of Speech, Plural Nouns
What is the plural of do?
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. ...
Asked in Plural Nouns, Nouns
Is the word feet an irregular plural noun?
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. ...
Asked in Collective Nouns, Abstract Nouns
Is the word plural a collective or abstract noun?
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. ...
Asked in Nouns, Possessive Nouns
What will be the plural posessive of husband's?
The word husband's is the possessive form of the singular noun husband. The plural noun is husbands. The plural possessive form is husbands'. Example: We must applaud our husbands' efforts to plan the party. ...