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1. He ordered three pizzas.
2. He ordered three pizzaes.
3. He ordered three pizza.
4. He ordered thee pieces of pizza.

Which one is correct?

• English Grammar -

#s 1 and 4 are correct; 2 and 3 are incorrect.

• English Grammar -

#1 is referring to three whole pizzas, while #4 is referring to three sections of one pizza.

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