What is the plural of brillance?
The plural of brilliance is brilliances.
As in "his brilliances are remembered today".
These words change their spelling for the plural form: The plural of man is men. The plural of woman is women. The plural of child is children. The plural of mouse is mice. The plural of foot is feet. The plural of tooth is teeth. The plural of goose is geese. The plural for penny is pence. The plural for person is people. The plural for louse is lice. The plural for die is dice.
Brilliance is an adjective, commonly used to describe something which is brilliant. This could mean either academically gifted, or very very shiny. Einstein's brilliance was unmatched; he was well ahead of his time. The diamond's brilliance was immediately apparent, it certainly was a beautiful stone.
The plural of 'bunch' is bunches. The plural of 'ant' is ants. The plural of 'batch' is batches. The plural of 'day' is days. The plural of 'chimney' is chimneys. The plural of 'tomato' is tomatoes. The plural of 'umbrella' is umbrellas. The plural of 'donkey' is donkeys. The plural of 'sky' is skies. The plural of 'foot' is feet. The plural of 'show' is shows.
No, because there are not 100 plural pronouns. The plural pronouns are: we us you (can be singular or plural) they them these those our ours your (can be singular or plural) yours (can be singular or plural) their theirs ourselves yourselves themselves both few fewer many others several all (can be singular or plural) any (can be singular or plural) more (can be singular or plural) most (can be singular or plural) none (can…
A singular noun is a word for one person, place, or thing. A plural noun is a word for two or more persons, places, or things. EXAMPLES: singular: apple plural: apples singular: boy plural: boys singular: car plural: cars singular: door plural: doors singular: egg plural: eggs singular: frog plural: frogs singular: guest plural: guests singular: house plural: houses singular: island plural: islands singular: joke plural: jokes singular: knee plural: knees singular: lady plural: ladies…
The plural of deer is deer or deers. The plural possessive of deer is deer's, the plural possessive of deers is deers'. The plural of fish is fish or fishes. The plural possessive of fish is fish's, the plural possessive of fishes is fishes'. The plural of tooth is teeth. The plural possessive of teeth is teeth's.
plural subject boys/plural verb form were - They boys were unhappy. The boys were walking to school. plural subject boys/plural verb form have - The boys have a test today. plural subject we/plural verb form are - We are happy. We are having a party. plural subject dogs/plural verb form like - The dogs like ice cream
Are the following words singular or plural practitioner sofa satellite clips dentist dollars article magazines laminator radios?
practitioner is singular (plural practitioners) sofa is singular (plural sofas) satellite is singular (plural satellites) clips is plural (singular clip) dentist is singular (plural dentists) dollars is plural (singular dollar) article is singular (plural articles) magazines is plural (singular magazine) laminator is singular (laminators is plural) radios is plural (singular radio)