what is the plural form of the word thesis
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The plural of ‘thesis’ is ‘theses.’ The word ‘thesis’ is singular. To make it plural, you change the ‘-is’ at the end to ‘-es’.
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Plural Form Of Word Thesis
Use an apostrophe to form a possessive noun or pronoun.
Apostrophes show possession (ownership), indicate a contraction (the omission of one or more letters or numbers), or are used to form the plurals of some letters and abbreviations.
I am confused, because Theses ends with an ‘s’, but using the apostrophe makes it plural.
Thesis is singular, theses is plural. Thesis’ is singular genitive, theses’ is plural genitive. As a general rule for genitives of words ending in s, you use s’, the Saxon genitive.
So words like he and she are singular, personal, definite pronouns, and words like anybody and anyone are singular, indefinite pronouns.
Singular pronouns are simply pronouns that refer to singular nouns. But it can get a little tricky when you think about the fact that singular pronouns can be personal pronouns, which, as you have learned, refer to a person or thing. They will also be definite or indefinite, which means they can refer to someone or something specific (definite) or not (indefinite).