Question by  sureshkumarMT (14)

What are some examples of plural collective nouns?


Answer by  Anne3 (14)

Plural collective nouns are a special class of nouns that name groups of things or members. The following are examples: company, committee, team, family, group, troupe, majority, minority, jury, council, board, audience, orchestra, flock, herd, class. Collective nouns often use singular verbs and pronouns when all members act in unison.


Answer by  Ssally (191)

A collective noun is a noun that refers to a group of something. Class or team would be examples. There can, however, be more than one class or team - so classes or teams would be collective plural nouns. Fish, also, can be singular or plural - and fishes refers to more than one type of fish.

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