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Find a common English noun for which the plural and singular forms are spelled the same, but are pronounced differently.

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Find a common English noun for which the plural and singular forms are spelled the same, but are pronounced differently.
posted Mar 28 by Atif

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Though 'corps' refers to a group, it's singular. 'Corps' also has a plural form, which is spelled exactly the same way, but pronounced differently. ... In French, corps in the "group" sense is singular, as in "one corps of the army.

answer Mar 31 by Tejas Naik



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