Asked in Future Tenses
What is the future tense of word fishes?
Will fish. The verb 'fishes' is the third person, singular, present of the verb to fish. He fishes; She fishes; It fishes. Examples of the third person, singular, future tense of the verb: He will fish; She will fish; It will fish. ...
Asked in Science Fiction, Fish
What is the difference between fish and fishes?
in the group, all the fish are of the same species = use "fish" in the group, the fishes are of different species = use "fishes" Fish is used as plural and singular. However, Fishes is used to refer to multiple species of fish. ...
Asked in Fish
When do you use fishes instead of fish?
"Fishes" is an obsolete plural of the word "fish". Example: The parable of the "loaves and fishes" as used in the King James version of the Bible. In addition "fishes" may be used to denote multiple species of fish. Example: "There are more than 100 species of jawless fishes living today." Normally, however, "fish" is the plural of itself. Example: Listen to these two sentences. Which one has a better grammar? 1. Look at all those fish! 2. Look at all those fishes. 1 has a...
Asked in Sharks, The Difference Between
What are differences between the mouth of a fish and sharks?
a shark is a fish in the higher class of fishes known as 'cartilaginous' fish because they have skeletons made of cartilage ...
Asked in Fish
Plural possessive of fish?
That depends on the fish, or fishes. If you have two fishes of the same species, for example two catfish, you say that you have two fish. The plural possessive form of fish is fish's. If you have two fishes of different species, for example a guppy and a catfish, you say that you have two fishes. The plural possessive form of fishes is fishes'. ...
Asked in Jokes and Riddles
There were 3 fishes the first fish said there are 2 fishes behind the third fish said there are 2 fishes in front the middile one said there are 2 fishes in font of me and 2 at the back Why?
the third fish was lieing. the three fish were in a circle
Asked in Animal Life, Fish
Is the blob fish cartilaginous?
No, the blobfish is in the group of fishes known as the bony fish (superclass Osteichthyes), in the class Actinopterygii, known as the ray fish. The other class in that superclass is the class of lobe fined fishes, Sarcopterygii. The cartilaginous fishes are in the class Chondrychthyes, which diverged from the bony fish over 500 million years ago, according to S. Blair Hedges in the online book The Timetree of Life (edited by S. Blair Hedges and Dudhir Kumar). ...
Asked in Care of Fish
Is it shoal of fishes or school of fishes?
The term fishes refers to more than one species of fish, as in "There are many species of fishes." That said you could have any of the combination. School of fish - a group of fish made up of a single species, School of fishes - a group of fishes made up of more than one species. Shoal of fish - group of fish of the same species moving in roughly the same direction. Shoal of fishes - group of fishes...