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IamRank2
IamRank2 asks:
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What is the plural form of a fish?

My teacher said the plural of fish is also a fish but......In my books it is fishes.......
In Topics: Helping my child with writing
> 60 days ago

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eliad
eliad , Parent writes:
Both of you are actually right.
> 60 days ago

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aqblickley
aqblickley writes:
To add to the previous answer you received, "fish" or "fishes" are technically both correct versions of the plural form of "fish." I checked dictionary.com, and they agree! I've included the link to the entry below.

Hope this helps!

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sciencedude69
sciencedude69 writes:
the scientific plural of "fish" is actually "hella fish"

ex.
Person 1: "wow, did you hear about what happened to Jessie?"
Person 2: "yeah, it's so sad. He got ambushed by hella fish, it looked like something out of Jurassic Park."
56 days ago

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bonwick86
bonwick86 writes:
That depends in what sence u use this word.
1 Fishes - if there are many different spesies of fishes.
2 Fish - if u are talking about many fish, but they are the same kind.
34 days ago

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Shanebe
Shanebe writes:
Actually fishes are in principle both correct version of the plural form of fish.

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