What is the plural of day?
The plural of day is days.
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.
What is the plural or possessive form of day in this sentence Mercy Warren grew up in the day of the American Revolution?
The possessive form of the singular noun day is day's. The plural form of the noun day is days. The plural possessive form is days'. A possessive noun shows that something in the sentence belongs to that noun. Example sentences: Mercy Warren grew up a day's journey from the battleground. (singular possessive noun) Mercy Warren grew up in the days of the American Revolution. (plural noun) Mercy Warren went on a two days' journey to…
Which determiner can be placed before both singular count nouns and plural count nouns such or the next?
The adjectives (determiners) 'such' and 'next' can be used before a singular or a plural noun. Examples: We can't afford such a vacation. (singular) Such vacations are for the rich and famous. (plural) The first day we stay in Baltimore, the next day we travel to D.C. (singular) In the next days we'll put a lot of miles on this car. (plural)
The 2nd person pronouns that are both singular and plural are: The personal pronoun you The possessive pronoun yours The possessive adjective your The second person plural reflexive pronoun is yourselves. The second person singular reflexive pronoun is yourself. Examples: Thank you sir. You have a good day. (singular) Thank you ladies. You have a good day. (plural) Jack, the last ticket is yours. (singular) Jack and Jill, the last tickets are yours. (plural) Jill…