English Grammar


singlar and plural of the word "requirement"

Hello, In the scene1 of the titled lesson : The Delavigne Corporation, the word "requirements" is in plural form, but obviously, it is in singular form, am I wrong ? "I don't doubt your talent, Mr. Hogwash, but perhaps the unique requirements of this project scare you?" Thank you in advance for your answer. René

2 comments

  • Hello René ! Here "unique" has the meaning of "very special", not "single one"... ;)
  • Hey, very smart Idoine, of course you're right, this plural is legitimate...

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