Plural form of stadium is stadia.
The singular word is stadium. It's a sports arena. The plural can be spelled either stadia or stadiums.
If referring to a classical stadium, i.e. a semi-circular running track then the plural is stadia. If referring to a modern-day multi-event stadium, then the plural is stadiums. Generally though both forms of the plural are acceptable.
Either stadiums or stadia.
The word crises is a plural word; it is the plural form of the word crisis.
The most common plural of "stadium" is "stadiums", formed in the usual way by adding an "s" to the end of the word. "Stadia" is also correct, but it is not widely used, and many people will think you are trying to sound better educated and superior if you use it.
There is no plural word for if.
A non-plural word, a word (noun or pronoun) that is not plural is singular, a word for just one.
is the word are singular or plural
the plural word is comedones
The plural word for Frost is Frosts.
No it's a singular word. A plural word would be "have".
There is no plural form for the word, countries. This word itself is a plural.
There is no 'plural form' of the word 'minute'. The word is both singular and plural.
The plural for of the word planet is the word planets.
Scarves is the plural for the word scarf
The plural word for boy is boys.
The plural of the word niece is "nieces".
The plural of the word veranda is verandas.
The plural word for family is families.
No, the plural of problem is problems.
The plural form for the demonstrative pronoun this is these.
The plural word of delay is delays.
The plural word for embryo is embryos.
The plural word for batch is batches.