But in english "fruit" is plural, isn't it? Can I say "fruit" when I mean singular fruit or then I have to name it?
Fruit is plural, but is some contexts "fruits can also be used." Either would be understood though most commonly "fruit" will be correct.
I am a native speaker, and im pretty sure that they need an S in fruit cause there are more than one. If im wrong then please tell me !
u're a native speaker and u want a correction? "fruit" is both singular and plural form, but in some cases "fruits" also can be used
What is "The fruits" ?
I eat fruits is what I typed
Both "I eat fruit" & "I eat fruits" are correct for this sentence.
Have been told "spiser" is both "am eating" and "eat" in English. I used "I am eating fruit", and was marked wrong.
Isn't frugter in plural?