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Some nouns that end in –sis are made plural by changing the –sis to –ses. Why is this? A. They have Greek origins and therefore have irregular plural forms. B. They have Latin origins and therefore have irregular plural forms. C. They have Spanish origins and therefore have irregular plural forms. D. There are no words that change forms like that in English

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