Is it do's or DOs or does and don'ts?
doesnt make sense, its definetly do's and don'ts
dos or do's, you can use either-and don'tsdoes ,verb to do ,third personhope it helps
Thanks, I ended up googling it and the gammar nazi says that the proper use of dos and don't as a plural term is, dos and don'ts. It looks weird but I guess that it's the way it is.
Don't use a nazi grammar go to Merriam-Webster!
does is a female deer, plural.
Dos and don'ts, I reckon. An apostrophe is there to indicate either a missing letter, or a possessive. So don'ts has one to indicate missing "o", but there's no missing letter in dos. Similarly, 1960's should be 1960s, unless it's a possesive, such as "the 1960's air of change...."
Very clear and concise. Thank you.
Great question, I've never wondered about that before Now I know, thanks
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