On 21/12/14 11:29, Mihovil Stanic wrote:
Does word "content" have plural?
In English, yes.
There is the content of a book, but the contents of a drawer.
"The contents of a book" is _usually_ incorrect.
"The contents of the book" is correct as often as it is incorrect.
OTOH, "the book's contents" is _usually_ correct.
"Content of a drawer" is always incorrect.
"Contents of the drawer is always correct"
Chalk it up to the reason why English is the worst language in the world
to learn. The rules don't make sense, especially when they are honoured
by the breach thereof.
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