Love is a miracle/ Love are miracles


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"Miracle" is countable, so "Love is a miracle." is correct, right?

If I want to say that each love, any love is a miracle, is saying "Love are miracles." correct and sound natural?

If it sounds strange, what do native speakers say to mean "each love, any love is a miracle" ?

Thank you.
  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    "Love" is not generally countable. We might say "Any love is a miracle," but "Any kind of love is a miracle" is more likely.

    "Love are miracles" is incorrect, because "love" is not plural. "All love is a miracle" or "Every kind of love is a miracle" would express your meaning.
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