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Q: Is there any available jobs in Tianjin Kindergarten?

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At some languages, like in Japanese, they never use nouns for plurarity ..., did you know?  

 

https://www.nayuki.io/page/problems-with-plurals-in-english

Problems with plurals in English

 

Some words are understood as either singular or plural without changing the spelling or pronunciation. For example, one sheep, two sheep; salmon, aircraft, species, means. These words still follow the usual rules of subject-verb agreement, e.g. “One deer is heavy”, “Two deer are heavier”.

In languages like Chinese where pluralization is optional, every noun has an unmarked plural by default.

 

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icnif77:

At some languages, like in Japanese, they never use nouns for plurarity ..., did you know?  

 

https://www.nayuki.io/page/problems-with-plurals-in-english

Problems with plurals in English

 

Some words are understood as either singular or plural without changing the spelling or pronunciation. For example, one sheep, two sheep; salmon, aircraft, species, means. These words still follow the usual rules of subject-verb agreement, e.g. “One deer is heavy”, “Two deer are heavier”.

In languages like Chinese where pluralization is optional, every noun has an unmarked plural by default.

 

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A:1. Find listing of Public Schools in China through any of the main search engines; Most or all Public schools in China have a web address ... 2. Send yer CV directly to the School's web address ... and WAIT! for a reply ... At FindJobs enter 'Public school' in search and ... scroll down the adverts and look for the advert where advertiser's and school's name are the same ...All other job adverts are posted by the recruiters ... Good luck! -- icnif77