Is it woman or women?
It is both. You use woman as singular and women as plural. The rules work exactly the same for the word man (singular) and the word men (plural). Just because you add two more letters to the beginning of a word doesn't mean you should get confused. Examples: "Who is that woman walking down the street?" (Singular) "There are three women walking down the street." (Plural) "I found the woman's scarf." (Singular possessive) "Women's clothes are on sale." (Plural possessive) ...
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What is the difference between the word Woman and the word Women?
"Woman" is the singular form of a female adult human. "Women" is plural. That woman is wearing a blue dress. Those women are talking with one another. ...
Asked in Grammar, Pronouns, Plural Nouns
What does singular and plural mean?
if a word refers to a single item it is singular. if it refers to lots of things it is plural. "Potato" is singular "potatoes" is a plural word. "mouse" is singular, "mice" is a plural word. "person" is singular, "people" is a plural word. ...