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  1. serg59


    Hello to who is reading my message now. I have some issues with singular and plural, countable and uncountable things. 1. Fruits or fruit. Vegetable or vegetables? I mean how is correct: "this soup is made of vegetable or vegetables". Is made of cabbage or cabbages"? 2. Has word "heaven" plural form? 3. Where can I read about usage ''Ain't"? (I ain't no saint; ain't misbehaving, ain't bothering anybody, etc) Thanks in advance, sorry if my questions look illiterate.
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