Your phrase is correct if you remove the word "of" and leave everything else alone.
About half a dozen fist-sized apples. Granny Smith are best.
79 apples is the same as six dozen and seven apples. I don't know how many she has.
Two kilos of apples. Add the 's' because it is plural.
Malusdomesticaphobia the fear of all apples, is suitable when regarding apples in any form.
24 there are 12 in a dozen
Apple juice is made from apples.
The plural of apple is apples. The plural possessive of apples is apples'
Are there any apples?If you want to be grammatically correct, it would be arethere any apples? However, it could be is there any apple pie. You're making me hungry with all this talk about apples! :-)Apples is a plural noun so you should use a plural 'to be' verb. (are)Yes, if you were talking about pieces of apple on a plate you could ask "Is there any apple? (left).
That is the correct spelling of the proper noun "McIntosh" for the red-and-green apples.(The spelling Macintosh is used for the Apple computers.)
apple pie, apple juice, apple lollies, apple toffee, apple sauce, apple butter, apple fritter, apple crumb cake, apples & peanut butter, apples & caramel / caramel apples, dried apples / trail mix, apple pancakes and remember there are many types of apples from sweet to tart and variants of both between
the best apple for making an apple pie are cooking apples not regular apples
This is a possessive - "The skin of the apple" so it goes "The apple's skin was rather tough" If there's more than one apple you'd say "The apples' skins were rather tough"
apple pie, candy apples apple salad apple juice
1 gross=12 dozen... so if u take out 2 dozen thate leaves u with 10 dozen apples..
Apple Macs are not made from Apples.
A dozen apples is 12 apples. Here is how you solve it. 12-6+3 =6+3 =9 apples. You will get nine apples.
Apples grow on apple trees which are planted with apple seeds.
Apples by the dozen
Apples on a plate.
God made apples grow on apple trees.