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For questions about the difference between singular and plural forms of a word; when they should be used, or the difference between them.

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If it is singular then it would be: Has your child been to the US? If more than one it would be: Have your children been to the US?
answered Sep 11 '18 by Timinycricket
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It's interesting in this context because normally using plural or singular nouns depends on whether you use "is/are." (i.e. "There are no other pens") But to say "I have no other" doesn't require plur …
answered Mar 4 '18 by Timinycricket