Use singular noun "dress" with an article "a/a/the" before it. Without an article, you need to use plural form ò the noun which is "dresses".
Dùng danh từ dạng số ít "dress" kèm với một mạo từ "a/an/the" trước nó. Khi không có mạo từ đi kèm, ta phải dùng dạng số nhiều của danh từ ấy "dresses".
Dress is a singular noun (she wears a dress) or a verb (I dress myself). Dresses is a plural noun (she has many dresses) or as the verb with the 3rd person pronoun (she dresses herself). In the example we just did on this course, dresses is used because anh ấy likes to wear many different dresses, not just one specific dress.
If you want to use the singular noun "dress," you must use an article before it, "a" or "the." All three options are good English, but the plural without an article is the most general/natural
I cannot hear any difference in tone between the "mac" and the "dam." Is it just me? Can others???
Shouldn't there be an indicator of plurality, or is dresses a special case where that is unnecessary?
Thats what I was trying to figure out. What made this "dresses" rather than "dress"? He likes to wear the dress.
HuMMM How do we know that he likes wearing dresses or just wearing this particular dress, since the plural is not used here. Thanks in Advance.