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I know we can use "many situations" instead. But I wanted to know if "many a situations" makes sense.. Tia

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  • It is not correct, "a" applies to singular nouns. – MorganFR May 13 '16 at 13:37
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'many a situations' is incorrect, but

'many a situation' is correct, and means 'many situations'.

'many a' + (a singular countable noun)

I've read many a book.

"I've told you many a time not to ride your bike on the pavement."

http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/many-a-time

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    Don't forget that the OP used "situations", with an s. – MorganFR May 13 '16 at 13:46

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