An alumnus or an alumna is a former student or pupil of a school, college, or
university. ... Despite the warmth of feelings between the parent and child, "an
alumnus might be treated both as a...
The singular alumnus refers to one male graduate, alumna refers to one female
.... that this is acceptable and most people don't know the difference anyway.
We used to have “alumnus” (male singular), “alumni” (male plural), “alumna” ... is
still important to distinguish between one alumnus and a stadium full of alumni.
Nov 5, 2005 ... Politically correct writers would say: "each Alumnus/Alumna should register ....
That many English speakers do not know the difference between ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Difference between Alumni and Alumnus&v=JB7YRs5xu04
Mar 15, 2012 ... This video explains the differences between "Alumna," "Alumnae," "Alumnus,"
Mar 11, 2016 ... Alumnus is the singular, alumni is the plural. 1 (male) alumnus, 2+ (male) alumni.
1 (female) alumna, 2+ (female) alumnae. These are Latin ...
Define alumnus: someone who was a student at a particular school, college, ...
Many people are comfortable using the word alumni to refer to someone who
Aug 22, 2012 ... Anyway, the problem is that alumni is, at least in Latin, plural. ..... (And she
studied Latin so she would know the difference.) .... plural noun, since they are
pronounced identically (even the distinction between “workman's comp” ...
Aug 15, 2015 ... "Alum" is short for "alumnus" (male, singular) or "alumna" (female, singular.) "
Alumni" is the plural form of alumnus/alumna. E.g. Jeff is an alum ...
Alumni. Alumnus vs. Alumni. The English language includes many words that
have origins ... Alumni is the plural form of alumnus. ... Difference between Words