When n’avoir plus de is followed by countable object. Is the object always in plural form?
I can't think of any exceptions I have come across to date. All that I can recall have been consistent with the rule specified that a countable noun will always be in the plural form in the negation ne (avoir) plus de. Are you thinking of anything specific that raises the question of an exception here?
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