I am always confusing plural forms of nouns.

A - "Cats and Dogs"
B - "Cat and Dogs"

If two words are plural, which one is correct?

As I understood, there is no special situation for that, it seems: Plural is plural, singular is singular in English. The second one is correct in my native language; that's why I got confused, sometimes.

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If both words 'cats' and 'dogs' are plural then 'A' option is correct!

A - "Cats and Dogs"; this shows more than one cat and more than one dog.


B - "Cat and Dogs"; this shows single cat and more than one dogs.


If you are asking for the plural of "cat and dog," that is "cats and dogs." "Cat and dogs" would mean there are one cat, and more than one dog.


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