It's a colony of ants or a nest of ants. If we say an ants' colony, or ants' nest, it's the place where they live.
driver ants, bull ants, jack jumper ants, black ants, fire ants, red ants, carpenter ants, army ants, and 8,000 more species of ants.
There is no standard collective noun for a group of reflections.
The noun 'reflection' is not a standard collective noun.
The noun 'choir' is a collective noun for: a choir of singers.
Sylra Epos Divan Anthology are the names for the collection of poems
The noun 'crowd' is a standard collective noun for a crowd of people, a crowd of onlookers.
"Mathematics" is a non-countable noun. Being non-countable, it doesn't have distinct singular and plural forms.
There is nothing special about "mathematics". "Milk" and "bread" are also non-countable.
The word noodle is a countable noun. The plural form is noodles.
I believe that word is 'litter'.
The noun 'clump' is a standard collective noun for:
No. A battalion is a collection of soldiers, or the physical sum of the soldiers and their equipment.
All we know is that he was a Greek man of great strength.
Yes, lead is a lot heavier than concreate
No, the noun 'staff member' is a singular, common, compound, concrete noun; a word for a person.
A collective noun is a word used to group people or things taken together as one whole in a descriptive way, for example:
The noun sheet is a countable noun. The plural form is sheets.
A group of sailors is a ships crew.
As it is the name for a specific thing, it is a proper noun.
The standard collective noun is: an audience of listeners
Mob IS a collective noun