Question

Fill in the blank with the plural form of the noun in brackets:
My (daughter-in-law) ______________ prepared dinner for me.

A

daughters-in-law

B

daughter-in-laws

C

daughters-in-laws

D

daughter-in-law

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Solution

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Correct option is
A

daughters-in-law

plural noun is a word that indicates that there is more than one person, animal, place, thing, or idea. In the case given, the word 'daughter' must be made plural, not the word 'law' since the sentence is referring to more than one daughter (in law).

Hence, the correct answer is A) Daughters-in-law.

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