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"I would like you to buy me some fruit such as apples or pomegranate."

This is a correct sentence. But I am getting hurt by the word "fruit" and "apples"- wouldn't just "apple" do like "pomegranate" ?
singular plural trouble or collective noun solution or am coockoo already...
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"I would like you to buy me some fruit such as apples or pomegranate."

This is a correct sentence. But I am getting hurt by the word "fruit" and "apples"- wouldn't just "apple" do like "pomegranate" ?
singular plural trouble or collective noun solution or am coockoo already...


If its countable = fruits
uncountable = fruit
Re: Singular plural trouble   [#permalink] 09 Jul 2011, 01:22
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