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Is there a collective noun which is in plural form having an s after it.
I know the explanation of a collective noun,which is a noun that isn't plural in appearance but has a plural meaning,but I wanted to know if there is an exception in it or not?
Maybe it's better to ask this :
Is there a plural noun which behaves like a singular word which is what the most of collective nouns do.
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I really don't understand your question. You are asking for a plural noun that behaves like a singular word? That is a contradiction in terms.

There are some collective nouns which behave differently between British and American English (i.e. The same word is grammatically plural in one langage, and singular in the other).
There are many singular nouns which end in "s" and are grammatically singular.

I know a word that is a collective plural in its singular form, and you can add an -s to it and get another plural collective noun.
Is that what you had in mind?
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A series of questions like that is difficult to answer.

(I'm not sure if that's what you are looking for.)

CJ
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First of all, I want to know if there is a collective noun which is in plural form having an s after it although the explanation of a collective noun is a noun that isn't plural in appearance but has a plural meaning.
Then if a plural word is a collective noun it behaves like a singular noun.

 Second, I wanted to know if there is a plural noun which behaves like a singular noun or not.
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CalifJimA series of questions like that is difficult to answer.

(I'm not sure if that's what you are looking for.)

CJ

Yes I mean a word like that.
But is series a plural noun (or a plural noun which is collective and should be used as a singular like the most of collective nouns(if there is such a word which is my first question))?
My dictionary says it's a noun plural(np) .But what is it's singular noun if it's plural?
Is it a singular collective noun( if there is a plural collective noun that behaves like singular nouns which most of the collective nouns behave like (which is my first question)?

series is the singular, and series is the plural.

A series of questions is ... / Several series of questions are ...

CJ

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