@judabrio20 asked 2 months ago.

Is crisis singular or plural?

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@Benjii answered 2 weeks ago.

Crises is the only way to make the noun crisis plural. Confusion arises because some mistakenly believe that all nouns ending in s should form a plural that adds es to the end of the word.

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@paul answered 3 weeks ago.

  Whenever you’re writing about a crisis, you have to decide whether you’re writing about one crisis or many. If you’re writing about a single crisis, then it should be in the singular form. If you’re writing about multiple crises, then it’s plural.

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@david answered 3 weeks ago.

Whenever you’re writing about a crisis, you have to decide whether you’re writing about one crisis or many. If you’re writing about a single crisis, then it should be in the singular form. If you’re writing about multiple crises, then it’s plura

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@cvelias21 answered 2 months ago.

Whenever you’re writing about a crisis, you have to decide whether you’re writing about one crisis or many. If you’re writing about a single crisis, then it should be in the singular form. If you’re writing about multiple crises, then it’s plural.

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@Markjohn answered 2 months ago.

Crisis is plural. You have one crisis, a couple of crises, and a bunch of crises. Crisis is a countable noun.

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