Hello! [topic deleted by moderator] 2. The word 'clothes' always takes a plural form. But I wonder if its meaning is always plural? For example I found these sentences. 2-1) This clothes is now worn to a thread. 2-2) My clothes are worn to tatters. 2-3) The clothes is made of fur. 2-4) My clothes are wet and cling to my body. 2-5) His clothes are old-fashioned and worn. I'm really confused. In cases of 2-1) and 2-3), does each of them mean one piece of clothing or not? Which is correct between 'this clothes' and 'these clothes'? I appreciate any of your replies whenever I get that on this forum. And again, thanks a lot for your help in advance.