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 boûte (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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