Dozen is the singular form; a collective word meaning twelve, so any subsequent verbs are conjugated in the plural e.g. a dozen eggs were used in the recipe.
Even when referring to more than one dozen, its form remains the same, e.g. he ordered two dozen loaves from the bakery.
However, the term dozens is used when referring to an unspecific, but reasonably large number, e.g. dozens of people were injured in the train crash.
No the word dozen is a singular noun. The plural noun is dozens.
Yes, the word 'dozen' is a noun, a singular, common noun; a word for twelve of something, a thing.
Yes, word dozen is a noun, a singular common noun; a word for a quantity or a number, a thing.
The plural of sheep is sheep. it is used as a singular too. The plural of dozen is dozens. Put together: There are dozens of sheep.
The point of view of Cheaper by the Dozen is in third-person omniscient. Third-person omniscient point of view is seen as being more effective than singular point of view.
A dozen is 12, and a dozen dozen is 12 x 12, or 144. A dozen dozen is also called a gross.
A dozen dozen is a gross, or 144
half a dozen is 6, so half a dozen dozen is 6 dozen, but the first thing, six dozen dozen has is 6x12x12or 6x144, so it is way more than 6x12.. In other words Six dozen dozen is 864 and half a dozen dozen is 72
A dozen is twelve. A dozen dozen is 12 x 12 = 144
a dozen is 12. a bakers dozen is 13.
A dozen dozen is twelve dozen or twelve twelves or 144. This is also known as a gross.
A dozen is twelve, so a dozen dozen would be 12x12, which is 144. It is called a gross.