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Countable object

Mukhtar A.A2Kwiziq community member

Countable object

When n’avoir plus de is followed by countable object. Is the object always in plural form?

Asked 4 years ago
Maarten K.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

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?

Countable object

When n’avoir plus de is followed by countable object. Is the object always in plural form?

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