Among all weird contents that sentence is probably one of the most ehm...exotic ones
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trying to be graphical... http://www.dewandelwinkel.nl/images/eribe_021.jpg
stylish cows are my favorite type of cows
so I thought scarves was spelled scarfs....yeah...
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Officially - scarves
Unofficially - scarfs
Many nouns ends with f turns to v in plural.
Okay, but... Why?
poor cow must be freezing
Now watch as she does a dance of seven...er, fifteen veils.
Cow could be deragotory and referring to someone's body size... that cow!
K, honestly, what kind of question is this? First, cows don't wear scarves, but fifteen? Why do i need to know that?
Because they live now in the mountains and its getting winter?
It's probably cold in the freezer
My guess at the pronunciation (corrections are welcome):
/hapará lovéshet khamishá asár tsa'ifím/
Close, צעיפים is /tse'ifím/.
Scarf has two plurals—scarfs and scarves. Both are correct, though scarfs is the correct way. Will I ever encounter one of those cows?
Good try but no cigar, you are one and the same, proved by the meme you use as your icon!!!!!!
I wrote 'scarfs' and it was wrong...according to DL it should be 'scarves'. But that word doesn't even exist in english!
According to dictionary.com, both are correct unless referring to one of the homographs and not the clothing. As a native I've always said "scarves"