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People is a collective nown if i am not mistaken. Do we consider it a plural nown or singular nown."Still people haven't or hasen't seen it yet". Please make some correction and let me know your valuable suggestions.
Yours trully, Himadri Roy
People can be
1) the plural of person; persons exists but is rather formal
2) a word meaning something like nation, ethnic group, etc. with a plural peoples
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