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Hi I have a little problem with adjectives.

What is the rule for the use of adjectives in plural nouns

Do I have to say: They are attractive or they are attactives.

They are cute! or they are cutes!

I'm happy and they are happy!!!! or happies!!!

Please, explain me I'm getting crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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then could you please tell why we say for example"these people are bitches" not "these people are ***" while we say"these people are humble and not humbles"
English has plural endings for nouns, but not for adjectives. B**ch is a noun, while humble is an adjective.
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As gerunds can get plural forms, I think it’s possible like this, for example, (being) technicals or with article the, the technical which is just my thought.

anonymous

As gerunds can get plural forms, I think it’s possible like this, for example, (being) technicals or with article the, the technical which is just my thought.

Maybe you don't realize it, but you are answering a question that was asked 14 years ago, and the answer has already been given. Your answer is not correct.

Why not answer questions that are more recent? That way there's a better chance that the person who asked the question is still participating on our forum and can benefit from your answer. But be sure to check your textbooks to be sure you are answering correctly.

CJ