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Singular or Plural
Some words have different meanings according to the singular or plural. Here are a few.
Good ( adjective) : of high moral quality
Goods : all the things that can be sold or bought.
Blind ( adj) : someone who cannot see
Blinds ( noun ) : shutters used to cover the windows from outside.
Wood ( noun, uncountable) : substance which tree trunks are made of
Woods : forest.
Air (n. uncountable) : invisible mixture of gases that surround the Earth and which we breathe.
Airs ( to give oneself airs ) : to show pride and vanity. To be haughty.
Force ( n. uncountable) : energy, power, strength
Forces : military troops
Spectacle (n) : public show ,display .
Spectacles : glasses worn to improve one's eyesight.
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