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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123705: Singular words
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    Singular words

    Some words must be used in the singular. 



    Sometimes we have to use a singular form of words in a plural sentence because some words can't be used in a plural form. 

    It means we can't add S or ES to the end of these words even in plural sentences. But there are some exceptions. 

    Use the correct form of some words in the sentences.

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    1. Mike gave his sons some yesterday.

    2. The company gained much from scientific surveys.

    3. Some airline companies only accept heavy in Europe.

    4. Some is usually made of steel in Asia.

    5. Joe did much in the laboratory yesterday.

    6. The forklift driver mistake caused much in the factory.

    7. When Daisy was eating her spaghetti, she found three in her plate.

    8. Some that they sell in King Street bakery is delicious.

    9. We bought and chips for lunch yesterday.

    10. In summer, farmers harvest many compared to winter.

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