What Is the Plural of Sheep?

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The plural of sheep is sheep. This word forms an irregular plural contrary to the norm that requires the addition of the letter 's' in order to form the plural of words. Most irregular plurals are the names of animals.
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The plural is sheep . Sheep is both a singular and plural noun. It's one of a number of words that don't change form in the plural. One sheep, two sheep. Never "sheeps".
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Plural is referring to more than one, or many. Plural can be used in literature to describe nouns. Some examples of plural words include: dogs, geese, mice, people, places.
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Cliff 's answer, hypotenuses, is the accepted plural today, based on its prevalence in academic research publications. The creation of the plural is done according to the common word
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The plural of 'was' is 'were' Example: I was. here. We were. here. Were. is not really the plural of. was. Were. is the past tense plural form of. be. Was. is the past singular form
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