So scissors are considered plural?
Yes, you can not have the action of scissoring without two things working against each other. The same way pants is plural.
+Cyneburg- Yes, 'scissors' are considered plural.
Yes, scissors is plural in both English and Spanish.
Why did I, get the answer wrong by using good instead of well?
Because bien=well (adverb) and bueno=good (adjective)
Anyone else think of Disney's Hercules when they saw this sentence?
What is the diiference between do not and don't?! I answered with do not and it was counted wrong!
"Don't" is just the contracted form of "do not". There is no difference in meaning between those.
Do not should be excepted if don't is.
To KevinStodd3 & skypea: If it marked you wrong for "Do not", report it.
Isnt do not and don't the same
I believe do not is the same as don't and should have been correct.
To BillGassow: This has been answered in the discussion. They are the same. If it didn't accept it, report it.
What is the Spanish word for clippers, as used in a barber shop?
To Davet: "Maquinilla" = clippers for hair. "Cortaúñas" = Nail clippers. "Podadera" = Hedge clippers.