is this right? is this supposed to be plural? calling the dictionary people

3:10 PM · Oct 27, 2021

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Just like taking "maths class."
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is it a british thing, like the adele song?
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this is how the terfs invade durham
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What if they are uneven because they're composed of different components. A lot to think about.
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finally published my Stephen Malkmus career review
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this is the joke I was looking for
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Yes, in British English. but in American English, it is an uncountable noun (you couldn’t say ‘pavements’)
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i would simply count the number of pavements
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I think it’s correct because it usually indicates two different surfaces that were paved at different times and now are uneven (in other words, two pavements)
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