I guess people know where I am from.

Why this question came to mind is this story made a top breaking news debut at Yahoo America (when I saw it).

Then a question came to my mind, what is the plural form of Sushi? They are eaten by a piece by a piece, so there should be the plural form. And I checked the Merriam (Unabridged(mine paid))

It says,

plural -s

Apparently, when you read the article, the writer is using the word "Sushi" to mean the plural and I have never heard of any English speaker Sushis for plural use for over 30 years.

Am I correct that virtually English native speakers are not distinguishing between Sushi and Sushis like the plural form of fish (which is fish.)(which I previously asked before). Thank you for filling my interest in this question.

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Depends on specific contexts.

Sushi can be countable or uncountable. If you want more specific information, you can visit this site

  • It is better to extract information from outside sources, because those pages may expire.
    – Eddie Kal
    Commented Dec 4, 2019 at 14:49

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