#GrammarTrivia: zero plural

DYK? “zero plural” is another name of a plural form when a noun has the same exact form between its singular and plural form.

Some examples of nouns having a “zero plural”: a sheep – several sheep; a series – some series; one Chinese – many Chinese.

Compiled and written by at on September 9, 2011

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