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Which of the following singular nouns does not form an irregular plural? A. tooth B. tree C. ox D. mouse
Tree does not form an irregular plural.
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Select the best answer for the question. 6. The adjectives these and those should be used only with A. concrete nouns. B. plural nouns. C. simple subjects. D. singular subjects.
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The adjectives these and those should be used only with plural nouns.
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