posted by Jerald on .
Can you explain to me how this sentence uses cakes instead of cake?
The fresh (cake cakes) tastes delicious
The fresh cake tastes . . .
The fresh cakes taste . . .
And for this sentence
The mice (eat eats) all the cheese.
How is it eat?
If it was singular would it be The mice eats all the cheese?
Mice is plural so it needs a plural verb -- eat.
The singular of mice is mouse. The mouse eats . . .