Correct spelling, explanation: turkeys is the plural form of the noun turkey. Unlike most of the nouns ending with y in turkey, we do not use the ending ies. The plural form of the noun that ends with a vowel and y is formed by adding a consonant s at the end. Therefore, the correct version is turkeys and not
Definition of turkeys:
noun (plural): a large farm bird grown for food or the flesh of this bird;
My grandfather used to grow turkeys on his farm when I was little.
Roast turkeys are the traditional Thanksgiving dish in America.
Incorrect spelling, explanation:
turkies is the incorrect version of the plural form of the noun turkey. Not all nouns ending with y form plural ending with ies. Turkey is a noun that ends with a vowel and y, so to create a plural form, we only need to add s at the end. For that reason, the right version is turkeys and not turkies.
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