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This can depend on how you define singular and plural in this context. There are many English people who say I'm going on me 'olidays, and it is common enough in my view to be recognised as idiomatic.It invariably refers to a person's annual custom of going away on holiday.
In English grammar we use “there is” or “there are” to talk about things we can see and things that exist. We use “there is” for singular and uncountable nouns, and we use “there are” for plural countable nouns.
Uncountable Nouns. Uncountable nouns are not counted in English. This usually has to do with the way English speakers think of these nouns. We often picture these nouns as a single concept or one big thing which is hard to divide. Many of these words are countable in other languages, but they ARE NOT countable in English.
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Singular subjects must match up with a singular verb. Plural subjects match up with plural verbs.
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For the purposes of understanding how articles are used, it is important to know that nouns can be either count (can be counted) or noncount (indefinite in quantity and cannot be counted). In addition, count nouns are either singular (one) or plural (more than one).Noncount nouns are always in singular form. For example, if we are speaking of water that has been spilled on the table, there.