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Mr. Grundy’s English Class

Writers Envy

I often see writers use the term “aircrafts” when referring to two or more aircraft. “Aircraft” is the correct term for both singular and plural cases.

Example the first: “The aircraft flew until it ran out of fuel. Then it made a sudden landing.”

Example the second: “The aircraft were parked wingtip to wingtip making them easy targets for strafing by treacherous seagulls.

It’s one of those wonderfully wacky word usages that make English so much fun 🙂

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