MOUSE PLURAL: meaning and examples
A few days ago we received the following question from Maite
Could you please resolve a doubt for me? Talking about computers, is the plural of "mouse" "mice", or is "mouses" accepted too? Thank you very much for your answer and for your Daily Vitamins. Maite
This is an interesting question Maite.
As you know, the plural of mouse is irregular.
There was a mouse in the house.
There were two mice in the house.
However, when referring to a computer mouse, the plural is regular.
He has two computer mouses, but neither of them work, so he uses the touchpad.
Other English nouns with irregular plural forms are child-children, woman-women and foot-feet.
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