Hello, everybody! I am new on this forum and I have a question regarding the word "clothes". I understand that this word has no singular form, so we should use, for instance, "there are lot of clothes". Anyway, as I´ve seen a few websites where they were saying that "clothes" is plural and singular in the same time, I have a doubt about this phrase: " The clothes belong to Peter. It´s his clothes." I have a feeling that something is wrong here (even if I found the phrase in a website which teaches English and provide English exercises). Specifically, if "the clothes belong " (no "-s" at the end of the verb) it´s clear we´re talking about plural. But why, then, "it is his clothes" and not "they are his clothes"...??!! Could you clear my doubt, please? Thank you very much!!