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what is the difference between the -s at the tropics and the -s at the end of needs

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    "Tropics" can be either singular or plural. The word refers to a specific part of the world.

    "Needs" is a plural form of "need."

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    Since "tropics" is a noun, the -s makes it plural.

    The word "needs" can be both a noun and a verb. As a verb, the -s shows that it is singular.


    He needs a cup of coffee.
    They all need coffee.

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