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In Greek there are different singular and plural forms of τίς (who):

Singular:

τίς - who? τίνος - whose? τίνι - to whom? τίνα - whom?

Are there plural English forms? τίνες - τίνων - τίσι(ν) - τίνας -

I am learning Greek, as an English speaker, but find my understanding of English to be limiting.

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    Hi Peter. Welcome to ELL! No. In English we only have those four words. They are used in both the singular and the plural. – Old Brixtonian Nov 2 '19 at 11:26
  • Thank you @OldBrixtonian. I am a student and learning, thank you for the response. – Peter Chen Nov 3 '19 at 22:55

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