How to say taxi in plural?
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👋🏻 Hi Cungkhe, We say / ˈtæk.siz/ for taxis. Do you often hail a taxi? I hope this helps. 😀
Taxis - the plural form of Taxi
taxi is a countable noun, so you can use it in the plural form "taxis" by adding "s" to it like a normal noun. the final "s" sounds like "z". so you say /TAK.seez/
Taxis , usually plurals get an S in the end.
taxis and also taxies
The plural form of the word taxi is taxis.
When it comes to plural, remember that all words that end with a vowel just takes an "s" at the end. The reason being that we do not want the word to end with having too many vowels as this will create a confusion. So we will not add an "es" or an "ies". We are just going to add an "s'" so the plural of " taxi " will be " taxis "
When you are speaking about more than one taxi you would say taxis. I hope this helps, let me know if you need anymore help!
(Taxis) is the plural form of the word (Taxi )
the plural is taxis🚗🚗🚗🚗
Taxi is singular meaning “only one” if there are more than one taxi you can use the plural “taxis” there are five taxis waiting in line.