Nouns That Stay the Same Singular and Plural?

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There are many nouns whose forms don't change between singular and plural. There are the well-known ones: fish, moose, deer, sheep, salmon, police, and pants. Less recognized are the following: aluminum, headquarters, education, furniture, species, correspondence, and binoculars. 
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Some nouns that are the same in the singular and the plural: One sheep or two sheep One scissors or two scissors One offspring or two offspring One pants or two pants Some nouns are
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1. Check if the word you're wondering about ends with an "s, because most plural nouns do. However, not all nouns ending is "s" are plural, so if you do see an "
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