Some French words are always plural

Some French words are always plural - de lait. (Give me a...

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Some French words are always plural:   les ciseaux  (scissors)  les gens  (people)  les lunettes  (glasses)  les vacances  (vacation)  les mathématiques   French last names do not add an  -s  in the plural:  Les Dupont   Nouns that express quantity are followed by the preposition  de  (  d'  before a vowel) before the noun  that follows. For example:  Je vais acheter une douzaine  d' oeufs. (I'm going to buy a dozen eggs.)  Donnez-moi un verre 
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Unformatted text preview: de lait. (Give me a glass of milk.) High-frequency nouns of quantity include: une bote (a box, a can) une bouteille (a bottle) une douzaine une livre (a pound) un morceau (a piece) une paire un panier (a basket) un paquet (a package) un sac (a bag) une tasse (a cup) une tranche (a slice) un verre (a glass)...
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