The plural form of six is sixes.
The plural of two is twos. e.g. Three twos are six.
The plural of twelve is twelves. e.g. "Three twelves are thirty-six."
The plural of the number noun six is sixes.
The plural of player is dollars.The plural possessive of player is dollars' (apostrophe after the S).E.g. He bought six dollars' worth of tomatoes.
The plural form of the noun company is companies.The plural possessive form is companies'.example: There will be six companies' representatives presenting the bill.
thirties as a plural form. Thirty-six as a compound
The plural form of the proper noun Lewis is Lewises.The plural possessive form is Lewises'.example: The Lewises' children are four and six years old.
The plural form of the proper noun Martinez is Martinezes.The plural possessive form is Martinezes'.Example: The Martinezes' children are six and ten years of age.
that IS the pluralwhat you have are 6 hats made to be worn by men (but owned by no-one or the owners are unknown at the time of the statement)six men's hats would be the grammatically correct form
An example sentence for the plural form is:The concerts begin at six every Thursday and Friday.
there is no plural form of the word six because it refers to a number. Answer: Actually, there is a plural form. For example, if you were playing the card game "Go Fish" you might well ask , "Do you have any sixes?" There is also an expression, "to be at sixes and sevens" meaniong to be in a turmoil.
The plural form for the noun class is classes.The plural possessive form is classes'.example: The evening classes' hours are from six to nine PM.
No, the personal pronoun 'he' is a singularform.The pronoun 'he' takes the place of a singular noun for a male as the subject of a sentence or a clause.The pronouns that take the place of a pluralnoun (or two or more nouns) for a male are they as a subject and them as an object in a sentence.Examples:Jack will pick us up. He will be here at six. (singular)The boys will pick us up. Theywill be here at six. (plural)Jack and Jim will pick us up. They will be here at six. (plural)The boys will pick us up. We can wait for them by the gate. (plural)
"Loaves" is the plural; the singular is "loaf". Example sentence:Mom baked six loaves of bread for the bake sale.
The plural form for the noun fax is faxes. Example sentence:I sent six faxes, one to each manager.
Feet would be correct as that is the plural of foot.
The possessive form for the plural noun companies is companies'.example: There will be six companies' representatives presenting the bill.
The possessive form of the plural noun classes is classes'.example: The evening classes' hours are from six to nine PM.
All possessive nouns (singular and plural) use an apostrophe to show possession.For plural nouns that end with s, add an apostrophe after the ending s.Example: Their boys' ages are six and ten.For plural nouns that do not end with s, add an apostrophe s to the end of the word.Example: Their children's ages are six and ten.
The plural of six is sixes.
Yes, the noun 'dice' is the plural form of the noun 'die' as a word for a six sided object used in games. The plural form of the noun 'die' as a word for a type of tool is 'dies'.
A plural noun or pronoun is a word for two or more people or things. Examples of plural nouns are: two apples three boys four classes five daughters six dollars Examples of plural pronouns: we, us you they, them our, ours their, theirs these, those
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