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Which one is correct? You've got a piece of hair on your shirt. You've got a fuzzy on your shirt. (I am talking about the difference between "human hair (1st sentence)" and "the material from the clothes (2nd sentence)" Thank you in advance!
Oct 17, 2012 10:29 AM
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You've got a fuzzy what? ''Fuzzy'' is not a noun. A piece of fuzz, from clothing, is called lint. Your correct sentences are: ''You've got a hair on your shirt.'' (One hair - you can treat it as countable here.) ''You've got some fuzz on your shirt'' or ''You've got a piece of lint on your shirt.''
October 17, 2012
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