Which of the following is Not a correct plural form of a noun? A) companies, b) tomatoes, c) leafs, d) crises?
- SumDudeLv 72 months ago
dear dictionary / goofle ...
- VivianLv 42 months ago
The correct plural forms are: a) companies, b) tomatoes, and d) crises. The incorrect plural form of a noun would be c) leafs, having to be leaves.
- RPLv 72 months ago
The exception (incorrect) is c) which should be leaves.
- curtisports2Lv 72 months ago
Leafs. It is 'leaves'.
An exception is made for a proper noun. For example, the Toronto Maple Leafs is a proper noun, the name of a professional sports team. It would not be the Toronto Maple Leaves.
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- audreyLv 72 months ago
Leafs. It should be leaves.