- Why do we say peoples?
- What is people to people meaning?
- What does 🙂 this mean in texting?
- Are people incorrect?
- Is people’s a word?
- What do UwU mean?
- What is the meaning of D?
- Can we say 100 people?
- Can you say 10 persons?
- Are people correct?
- How do you use people’s?
- Is OwO furry or Weeb?
- What does 3 mean?
- What is F word?
- What is the meaning of 3?
- Can we say 2 persons?
- Can you say 4 persons?
- What is a two person?
- Can u say a people?
- When can you say a people?
- Is it correct to say people’s?
- What does uwu girl mean?
- What does luh mean?
- What is the T word?
- Which is the D word?
- What is BAE short for?
When you refer to the people of a single ethnic group or nationality, always use the word people. Peoples is only used in cases when it is necessary to distinguish between ethnic groups within the same geographical or cultural context.
Upadhyay replies: ‘People-to-people’ contact means interaction between the normal citizens of two countries at various levels without any official interference and guidance.
Originally Answered: What does: 🙂 means in text? It’s a smiley face. 🙂 is used in texting, and it is usually changed to something like: There are many different emojis used, in their letter format. 😛 is a tongue sticking out, 😀 is a huge grin, and 😐 is a sort of neutral face.
People is plural for person. “Peoples” is wrong word. You can also say persons or people.
The formation of the possessive is regular, the singular is people’s and the plural is peoples ‘.
cute faceUwu is an emoticon depicting a cute face. It is used to express various warm, happy, or affectionate feelings. A closely related emoticon is owo, which can more specifically show surprise and excitement. There are many variations of uwu and owo, including and OwO, UwU, and OwU, among others.
The definition of d is the fourth letter in the English alphabet. An example of d is the first letter of the word “down.” noun.
The traditional rule is that persons is used for either an exact or a small number. So we might estimate that a hundred people were there. Or if we know the exact number, we’d say ninety-eight persons were there.
The words people and persons can both be used as the plural of person, but they are not used in exactly the same way. People is by far the more common of the two words and is used in most ordinary contexts: “a group of people”, “there were only about ten people”, “several thousand people have been rehoused”.
People is plural not singular and so cannot be used with ‘a’ but rather with ‘the’, ‘these’ or just ‘people’ on its own. No. A people is incorrect.
Both are correct: “People’s” is used when “People” is taken as a whole, as a singular noun showing a group of people. “Peoples’” is used when “Peoples” is taken as a plural noun showing various groups of people, not one group, but several groups of people, meaning plural of plural, Peoples.
OwO, also stylized as owo, as a furry term, is a chat emoticon and meme used in furry text-based conversation and roleplay, normally with a sexual connotation, sometimes as a trolling term. The two Os represent wide and open eyes, and the w represents a cutesy anime-styled mouth.
:3 is an emoticon which represents a “Coy Smile.” The emoticon :3 is used to indicate a coy smile. :3. represents the cat face made by Anime characters when they say something cute.
Definition of the f-word —used as a way to refer to the offensive word “fuck” without saying it or writing it He got in trouble for using the f-word on television.
1 : a number that is one more than 2 — see Table of Numbers. 2 : the third in a set or series the three of hearts. 3a : something having three units or members. b : three-pointer.
Both are correct, in the right context. Quite often , when making a booking, a hotel receptionist will ask you how many persons will be staying, and you would reply accordingly- two persons in single rooms or two persons in a double room .
The plural of person is not people, it is persons. You could say “Starter for 4 persons” or “Starter for 4 people”, although in the context of a restaurant menu, it would (in my opinion) be slightly less awkward-sounding to use persons rather than people. The word people is more of a collective.
From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishˌtwo-ˈperson adjective [only before noun] 1 consisting of two people a two-person household2 designed to be used by two people SYN two-manExamples from the Corpustwo-person• First of all I was put in a two-person cell with bunk beds.
Saying “a people” is not an old style of English, nor merely a different way of saying “people”. It does indeed give another meaning to the sentence by grouping certain people by a common trait.
Many usage guides over the years have suggested that there is a clear distinction between these two words, people is used when referring to a collective group or indeterminate number, and persons serves better when referring to individuals (or a number of individuals).
Both words are plural, and both are in the possessive form. However, people’s is the possessive of the word people — the plural of person. In contrast, peoples’ is the possessive of the word peoples — used to refer to groups of people.
An “uwu girl” is a girl who brings the emoticon to life through her aesthetic and her demeanor, which tends to be sweetly childlike, but also suggestive, drawing on the sexualization of (usually young) anime girls.
LUH means “Platonic Love.” LUH is a slang term used to express feelings of platonic love. The use of LUH allows the sender to express affection for someone, without using the word “love.”
The T in LGBT stands for ‘transgender,’ but it means something personal to these ‘T Word’ cast members. Kase Wickman 10/17/2014.
The D-Word is an online community for professionals in the documentary film industry. Discussions include creative, business, technical, and social topics related to documentary filmmaking. The name “D-Word” is defined as “industry euphemism for documentary,” as in: “We love your film but we don’t know how to sell it.
One tale supposes that bae is in fact the acronym BAE, standing for “before anyone else.” But people often like to make up such origin stories that linguists later discover were absolute poppycock, like the idea that the f-word is an acronym dating back to royal days when everyone needed the king’s permission to get in