Is 'ejército' always considered singular?

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Is 'ejército' always considered singular?

I used 'murieron' instead on 'murió' and was marked wrong.  So, I assume that 'ejército' is always considered singular in spanish?

Asked 6 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Jim,

Yes, "ejército" is a collective noun but always used in singular.

Saludos,

Inma

Is 'ejército' always considered singular?

I used 'murieron' instead on 'murió' and was marked wrong.  So, I assume that 'ejército' is always considered singular in spanish?

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