The short answer to how to say dates in English is "the + the day (ordinal number) + of + the month" Ordinal Numbers The first thing you should know is that we usually use ordinal numbers (e.g. first, second, third, etc.) instead of cardinal … [Read more...] about How to say dates in American English
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The plural form of "sheep" is "sheep". It is not "sheeps." The plural of sheep Certain English words have irregular plurals, and "sheep" is one of the examples. Is "sheep" an uncountable noun? No, "sheep" is not an uncountable noun. … [Read more...] about What is the plural of sheep?
Have you ever wondered why one mouse becomes two mice but one house doesn't become two hice? Plurals in English can be tricky, and it's no surprise that many of us trip over them from time to time. With awareness and practice, navigating this aspect … [Read more...] about Top 10 Common Mistakes with Plural Nouns
Understanding 'After School' Variations Ever heard of the terms 'after school,' 'after-school,' and 'afterschool' and wondered about the distinctions? Let's unravel this linguistic conundrum! Introduction to the Terms English is an … [Read more...] about After school vs after-school vs afterschool – which one is right?
Uncountable nouns, also known as non-count nouns or mass nouns, are nouns that cannot be quantified by a number and do not have a plural form. They refer to things that are considered as a whole, and cannot be divided into smaller parts. Here are … [Read more...] about Common Uncountable Nouns