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Why does the original KJV use fishes instead of fish?
From what I've been taught, the word "fishes" is typically used in a sentence to describe various kinds of fish, whereas the plural form of "fish" is used to describe multiple fish of the same ...
Oct 29 '13 at 16:05
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