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The word mice is a noun. It is the plural form of the word mouse.
Yes mice's is correct for the plural possessive of mice.
There are 2 phonemes in the word mice
The word mice is the plural form of mouse. (one mouse, two mice)
the greek word for egg is: avgo
No, the word mice is a plural noun. The word mice ending with an s must have the apostrophe before the ending s(mice's).The word mice's is the possessive form of the plural noun.The singular noun is mouse.The singular possessive noun is mouse's.EXAMPLESPlural: Jack has two pet mice. The mice's namesare Mickey and Minnie.Singular: A mouse was nibbling the doughnut. The mouse's whiskers were covered with powdered sugar.
The plural of the word mouse is mice. The plural of the word moose is still going to be moose.
There is no Greek word for golf. We use the word ''golf'' or in Greek letters ''Γκόλφ''.
There is no word for jeans in Greek. We use the word ''jeans'' or in Greek letters τζίνς.
The greek word for animal is zodiac. The greek word for turtle is still unknown.
Psychology is a a Greek word. Greek : ψυχολογία