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Is Appys the plural shortened form for appetizers?
The plural of "this" is "these" (referring to more than one thing).
Appetizers are small portions of food served before a meal tostimulate the appetite, such as egg rolls, but can be just aboutany thing that goes with your particular main dish…. ============ An appetizer is a small first course of an overall meal. Commonexamples include: shrimp cocktail, calamari, salad, potato skins,mussels, bruschetta or cheese and crackers. An appetizer may alsobe very elegant in some restaurants. Appetizers arenot just only to have as finger food if chosen wisely, they areappetite enhancer. The mostcommon appetizers are Cheese onpineapple- Simply put cheese squares on the top of pineappleslices. Top it with cherry. Stir friedchili chicken- Saute boneless chicken in chili garlic sauce, seasonwith herbs. ChiliGarlic Potatoes- Small cubes of potato are deep fried, season withred chili flakes and sesame seeds. ChickenSatay- Perfect Thai recipe for starter, tastes delicious whenpaired with peanut sauce. StuffedMushrooms- Stuffed with crunchy cabbage and bell peppers. Deliciousappetizer for the party.
The plural form for the pronoun 'she' is they'; the plural form for 'she is' is 'they are' or the contraction they're.
The second person pronoun you is both singular and plural. When speaking to one person, we say, "You seem happy today." When speaking to a group of people, we also say, "A…ll of you seem happy today." In some regional dialects, the terms Y'all (a contraction of 'You all'), Youse (or "youse guys"), or You-uns ("you"+"ones") can be used to indicate a plural 'You'.
The conjugations "am" and "is" (first person singular and third person singular, present tense of to be) have the plural form are, e.g. we are and they are.
The plural form for the personal pronoun 'he' is 'they'. The plural form for the singular 'he' is they.
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If more than one man is being referenced, in this case the correct plural for "him" (or "her") would be them (which is gender non-specific). They are object pronouns. "They"… is the plural form of "he" (or "she") which are subject pronouns.
The plural form of the personal, subjective pronoun 'she' is they. Example: Jane Fisher gave me the flowers. She has a garden. The Fisher sisters gave me t…he flowers. They have a garden. The corresponding personal, objective pronouns are her (singular) and them (plural)
I do. You do. He/she/it does. We do. You all do. They do.
The majority of plural nouns are formed by adding -s or -es (after an CH, S, SH, X or Z, and possibly O). Some will double the ending consonant (quizzes). Words ending in …consonant Y change the Y to I and add -es. These are called "regular plurals." Other nouns remain the same in singular and plural forms (sheep, fish, deer). Words ending in F may change the F to a V before adding -es (leaf-leaves, half-halves). Plural forms of other nouns are formed according to different language rules (man-men, child-children, ox-oxen, mouse-mice, radius-radii, index-indices). These are called "irregular plurals."
A plural noun is one that refers to more than one of an object or concept. The plural is most often formed by adding S or ES to the singular form (also sometimes altering the …spelling). The plural forms of verbs are used with these nouns. In many cases, the plural noun will end in S and use a verb that does not end in S. Conversely, verbs used with single subjects will often end in S. Example: boy (one), boys (more than one boy) The boy throws the football. The boys throw the football. There are a substantial number of "irregular" plural nouns not formed by adding S or ES. Examples: man-men child-children tooth-teeth foot-feet