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A grammatical form used to talk about one person, thing etc.
Examples are: cat, dog, boy, girl, tree, book etc.
With an uncountable noun, the singular is usually the only form that exists at all.
Examples are: wheat, flour, water and spaghetti.
The grammatical category that distinguishes singular from plural is called number.
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