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This tag applies to questions that deal with grammatical number: “singular” versus “plural”, and (rarely) also “dual”.

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Possible Duplicate: “Octopuses”, “octopi”, or “octo”? I've heard octopi, octopuses, octopodes, octopoids, and every time someone uses any of those, all people in the surrounding area immedi …
asked May 20 '11 by Cyclone
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Possible Duplicate: “There are so many” vs. “There is so many” I was talking with a friend recently, and to entice him to come to an event with cookies. Which way is correct? "There's coo …
asked Apr 20 '11 by Cyclone