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Please, tell me the difference between shirt and shirts. I didn't find the meaning of the difference on the web. Would you give me the answer?

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    Please don't just say, "I didn't find the difference on the web." At least tell us where you searched and what you found. – J.R. Nov 4 '17 at 12:30
  • I see how your confusion/question arose. In Korean, they call a “shirt,” plural or not, “셔츠,” which is a transliteration for “shirts.” The OP must have mistaken “shirts” as a plurale tantum. – Константин Ван Aug 6 at 20:16
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Shirt is the singular form and indicates "one". The other refers to the plural form, indicating "more than one". The same for T-shirt/T-shirts.

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