Which form is correct:

My hair grow slowly


My hair grows slowly


My hair grows slowly

I think hair is used idiomatically as an uncountable noun. It means hairs collectively.

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    It's actually hair collectively. Your answer is right but the explanation is funny to a native speaker. :) – Lambie May 22 '19 at 19:29

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