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Punctuation, Grammar, Plurals

Once I visited a doctor who had a sign in the waiting area saying “Do not arrive 15 minutes before your appointment.” I never did.

Then last night I wanted to eat at a diner on Broadway which had a cautionary sign in the window as shown left. I don’t have a pet (don’t like them), and luckily you didn’t have to have one to get in, so everything was OK.

Speaking of which, I have a running discussion with my daughter. “Can I have a Danish please?” you ask at the diner. What do you say if you want several Danish?

1. Can I have three Danish please?


2. Can I have three Danishes please?

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