What is it when you see more than one Sky? Skys? Skies? Sky's? Just curious.
I want to go to his dealer if he has 3 skys!!!!!!!Magna Sky said:As an English Instructor I'd say the correct "standard" English for the plural of Sky is Skies. However, due to the fact that it is a proper noun and deviation rules allowed, I'd say "Sky" without any s, es, ies, 's, can stand for the plural form on its own.
I saw 3 Sky earlier this week at the auto dealership.
I saw 3 Skies earlier this week at the auto dealership.
But I am a bit edgy about,
I saw 3 Skys(skitz) earlier this week at the auto dealership.
I saw 3 Skyes(?) earlier this week at the auto dealership.
I saw 3 Sky's(?) earlier this week at the auto dealership.
So as you can see, in a sentence, the second appears most correct. However, in informal spoken language, any form would work since you're just trying to get the point across.
Well, you can see that obviously I'm not a Latin student ! :lol: I think I'm going to go with Skys and Sols ! :cheers:WDI-SKY said:It is "Solstices," as "Solsti" would necessitate the Latin spelling "Solstus" in order to have a pluralized spelling of "Solsti."
Im with Rick on this.Rick Tinley Park said:For me, SKY is spelled with all caps
So plural is = SKYs (I saw 3 SKYs)
Possessive is SKY's (That CAI is that SKY's)
Plural Possessive = SKYs' (The SKYs' have all the best colors)