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Hello guys...

could you please explain to me what is the difference, between "teeth" and "tooth"??

and which one is the correct sentence below:
*i just brushed my teeth.
*i just brushed my tooth.

highly appreciate for your help..

thanks before

best regards,
Ardy
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One tooth.

Two or more teeth.

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One tooth/foot/hand/book/child.
Two teeth/feet/hands/books/children.
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thank you very much for your explianation!!
really helpful!

regards,
Ardy
tooth is singular while teeth is plural..
if it is one then tooth, if it is more than one then teeth
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so it should be teethbrush not toothbrush?
Anonymousso it should be teethbrush not toothbrush?
Did you check your dictionary, Anon?
teeth is plural meaning a lot but tooth is singular meaning only one"And i just brushed my teeth" is the correct one
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Singular form-tooth/foot/goose/mouse/louse/man/woman/child / ox
Plural form-teeth/feet/geese/mice/ lice /men/women/children/oxen

The correct variant is-And i just brushed my teeth.
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