The abbreviation of piece can be pc singular and pcs for the plural. The Lego star wars set had 1753 pcs.
Software. Example: Tony purchased software, including Windows Vista and Microsoft Office, for his new PC.
The plural form would be PCs; the plural possessive would be PCs' (the singular possessive is PC's).Example: "Their PCs' memory cards were not of the same type."* Possessives are the reason that apostrophes are not used to form plurals. But they do appear occasionally in that role, where it is needed to indicate what is being pluralized, e.g. "He sent many SOS's." This is very seldom necessary.
The plural for she is they; the plural for her is them.
The plural of "she" is "they", so the plural of "she had" is "they had".
No, because there are not 100 plural pronouns.The plural pronouns are:weusyou (can be singular or plural)theythemthesethoseouroursyour (can be singular or plural)yours (can be singular or plural)theirtheirsourselvesyourselvesthemselvesbothfewfewermanyothersseveralall (can be singular or plural)any (can be singular or plural)more (can be singular or plural)most (can be singular or plural)none (can be singular or plural)some (can be singular or plural)such (can be singular or plural)
pluralsThe word plurals is the plural of plural. As in: I answered the question about plurals to the person who didn't know that the plural of plural is plurals.
Isthmi is plural. There are actually two plural forms. I will list them from singular to plural. Isthmus - Singular Isthmi - Plural Isthmuses - Plural
Examples of plural nouns with plural endings:parentsparkshot dogslawyersneighborhoodstomatoesExamples of plural nouns with irregular plural forms: childrencitiesgeesemediamenteeth
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