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What is plural for Christmas?

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2009-12-07 22:58:19
2009-12-07 22:58:19

Christmases

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The plural form of Christmas is Christmases.

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The plural of Christmas is spelled Christmases.

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The plural form for the noun Christmas is Christmases.

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The word Christmas is singular; the plural form is Christmases.

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The plural of Christmas is Christmases (e.g. That happened three Christmases ago).Christmases.

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The plural form of Christmas is Christmases.

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I believe that it is Christmases.

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The word present is singular.The plural of the word is presents.An example sentence for the singular is: I bought her a present for her birthday.An example sentence for the plural is: the children were excited about opening their Christmas presents.

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There are two rules to take into account:# The plural of nouns ending in -s is made by adding -es. Examples: bus, buses; Christmas, Christmases. # The possessive of a plural noun is made by adding an apostrophe ('). Examples: buses, buses'; Christmases, Christmases'.The apostrophe at the end of plural words such as buses'does not change the way the word is spoken. We do not say busiziz .

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It's the Spanish plural form for Christmas. It means "The Christmases"

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It means "What are you (plural) going to do for Christmas?"

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That is the spelling of the rarely-used possessive formof the word Christmas (e.g. Christmas's history). The word is usually used simply as a noun adjunct (e.g. Christmas history).The plural of the word is Christmases.

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Angels, airplanes (toys), arguments (about where to celebrate Christmas, Ugh...) That's all I can think about, sorry =/

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