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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110078: Singular or Plural
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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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    1. I can't see very well ; I think I'll have to wear .

    2. Nafo (an acronym that stands for Naval ) is a famous military magazine.

    3. The Globe in London, the famous Shakespeare's theatre, is entirely made of .

    4. The Gospels report that Jesus healed two men.

    5. I can't stand him: he gives himself lots of !

    6. Jeremy is a golden hearted guy ; a really man.

    7. The are to be delivered by the end of the week.

    8. She showed great moral in putting up with her misfortune.

    9. Before going out remember to close the and lock the door.

    10. Little Red Riding Hood met the wolf in the .

    11. Come off it. Don't make a of yourself.

    12. We all need to survive.

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