Is mom and Dad plural or singular?

Is mom and Dad plural or singular?

Since you are talking about 2 people – mom and dad, it is plural and should use “are”. You will hear people say “is” when they speak but it is incorrect.

Is it mom’s and dad’s store or mom and dad’s store?

“I work at my mom and dad’s store.” or “I work at my mom’s and dad’s store.” Which is correct? “I work at my mom and dad’s store.” or “I work at my mom’s and dad’s store.” It’s the whole phrase that gets the apostrophe-s, not the parts.

Which is correct mom and dad’s or mom’s and dad’s?

If a noun is jointly owned, use the apostrophe only with the last owner. That’s why we say, for example, “Mom and Dad’s house,” not “Mom’s and Dad’s house.”

Has or have with Mother?

You use the word “has” when you are referring to one person/thing (singular). She has been strict in this matter. My mom has been strict in this matter. You use the word “have” when you are referring to many people/things (plural).

Can I say parents?

Parent’s and Parents’ are both correct! depends on what you want to say – the meaning: Parents’ – something that belongs to both parents, to a mother and a father too (parents —> parents’). Parent’s – something that belongs to only one parent, to a mother or a father (parent –> parent’s).

What is the different between parent and parents?

As nouns the difference between parent and parents is that parent is one of the two persons from whom one is immediately biologically descended; a mother or father while parents is .

Which is correct,’how is mom and dad’or’how’?

Answer Wiki. “How are Mom and Dad” would be correct. Mom and Dad are two people, are being the plural present tense of “is”, so you would say that. However, because Mom and Dad in this sentence are two specific people, the words “Mom and Dad” are then proper nouns and thus should be capitalized.

Which is more important, a dad or a mom?

Moms vs Dads – who is REALLY the more important parent? 1 Moms can breastfeed their babies. Dads can’t. 2 Moms can comfort baby/toddler/child/adolescent better. Better how exactly? 3 Moms are more biologically connected to the child because they carried them for 9 months

What’s the difference between mom and Dad in English?

I’m pretty sure “Mom and Dad” is standard in English. Without commenting on ‘who comes first’, I’d like to point out that the term Mom is not common in British English, where the usual term is Mum, as in Mum & Dad or Mummy & Daddy.

Which is correct, mom or dad is coming to visit us?

Mom and Dad are coming to visit us. Both are coming to visit us. Neither is coming to visit us. Of course davkett is correct, but just to make sure you understand the rule… If you have a singular subject AND a singular subject, together they take a plural verb.

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