Question: How do you pluralize evidence?

Evidence is an uncountable noun and is not used in the plural. You say: The judge listened to all the evidence. ✗Dont say: The judge listened to all the evidences. Evidence is always followed by a singular verb: The evidence is very clear.Evidence is an uncountable noun

Is there a plural word for evidence?

In general English, evidence is always uncountable. However, in academic English the plural evidences is sometimes used: (specialist) The cave contained evidences of prehistoric settlement.

Is Evidency a word?

noun. 1The quality, condition, or state of being evident or clear; clearness, evidentness.

How do you pluralize a case?

The plural form of case is cases.

How do you pluralize words?

Plural Nouns: Rules and Examples To make regular nouns plural, add ‑s to the end. If the singular noun ends in ‑s, -ss, -sh, -ch, -x, or -z, add ‑es to the end to make it plural. In some cases, singular nouns ending in -s or -z, require that you double the -s or -z prior to adding the -es for pluralization.

What is the difference S and S?

What is the difference between -s and -s? Both forms are used when making words possessive. The basic possessive form of a noun is made by adding –s if the word is singular, or –s if the word is plural.

What is the rule for adding s or?

The general rule for making a word plural is to add s: 1 dog, 2 dogs, 3 dogs.

Where do we use S or S?

We use possessive s to say that something or someone belongs to a person, is connected to a place, or to show the relationship between people. The possessive s always comes after a noun. When something belongs to more than one person and we give a list of names, we put s on the last name.

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