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Here's a singular vs. plural question that has been bugging me for years...

If you have one goose you use the word "Goose." If you have a flock of them you use "Geese" agreed? Okay, so how does that translate to the Chevy Caprice? One is a "Caprice." But if you saw a parking lot that was absoolutely full to bursting and in each and every spot was a Chevy Caprice, would you say it was a parking lot filled with....Caprice, Caprices or even capri?

I know, it's an odd question. Trust me, I don't lose sleep over this but every now and then it pops in to my head and I thought I'd use this format to ask the masses.... Thanks in advance for your input!
 
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Pobablly would say "Caprices" but..knowing me, I'd use the safest thing and say "look at all those Chevys"!!!...LOL
 
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Caprices, same as Fords, Chevys, etc. A simple S added.
 
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