Saturday, May 05, 2012

Declining trends of the plural form of uncountable nouns

Seems like things are getting bad for plural forms of normally uncountable physical nouns:

Hint: "waters," "airs," "fishes," and "grains" are all correct. Therefore I am grammatically correct when I say:
The mixture of the waters and airs of the Gulf of Mexico provide for a great abundance in the fishes and grains produced in the area.

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