Fox in plurality is foxes?
Is the plural of fox - foxes? Or it has its own form?
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Fox is a noun.To make the nouns ending in (ss),(sh),(ch) or(x) into plural, add (es) to their singular.Examples Singular. Plural Fox. Foxes Dish. Dishes Watch. Watches Tax. Taxes Feel free to ask for more Thank you.
Yes plural form of fox is foxes. Just as the plural form of box is boxes so too the plural of fox is foxes.
yes it is foxes in plural
Hey, yeah it is "foxes". We add "es" to make the word plural
The plural is foxes. We add the "es" to make the word fox plural.
Hi, HumMED! Yes. Fox is a singular noun, so the plural is foxes. Because, to make singular nouns ending with x, ch or sh into plural, we add es. Best wishes!
Yes it is foxes
fox is one (1) singular foxes is two (2) or more - plural
foxes- as we add es - and why - try saying fox and s - very difficult - so adding es helps with the flow of the pronunciation - this happens alot in English as English is a mix of many languages - Latin, French , German , Danish and Greek . If you would like help with pronunciation - message me