What if I don't know the noun if is plural ? I am saying a noun but I don't know if is plural or single. What is this word supposed to be ? What condition can the formula be used in ? What conditions can the formula be used in ? which one will be better or both wrong ?
Jan 27, 2017 8:27 AM
Answers · 7
It's entirely your choice! If you think that there is only one condition in which the formula can be used, you say 'condition'; if you think there are several conditions, you use the plural 'conditions'. It's as simple as that. By the way, are you sure that 'condition' is the right word? Are you talking about physical conditions (such as heat or humidity)? If not, then 'situation(s)' might be a better word to use.
January 27, 2017
Please see the revision to my original answer, under 'comments'!
January 27, 2017
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