When referring to more than one entity is "physical appearance" singular or plural?
Hi. Let's say you have two people, Bill and Ted. You want to ask and/or talk about how they look.
Would you say, "Bill's and Ted's physical appearance" or "Bill's and Ted's physical appearances"?
Please help. Thank you.
- tentofieldLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
If you are talking of Bill and Ted as a couple, then use the singular "physical appearance". If you are referring to them separately, use the plural, "physical appearances". If you are talking informally rather than writing formally, using the singular would not matter as listeners would understand your intention.
- mokrieLv 71 month ago
Appearance. No S