not to ruin the fun or to sound "smart" cuz i ain't here is the actual reason goose is geese,but moose isn't mess:
sorry img didn't work,but if you open it ignore the last part pls idk why that's there...
That's not necessarily the case. "Goose" and "geese" sprouted from old European languages with rules that stated that the plural must be conjugated like that. However, "moose" came from languages of some native Americans, whose grammar did not have such rules for plural conjugation. Therefore, we say "moose" instead of "meese".
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The only correct plural of moose is moose. Sometimes, people add an S to moose, but that is incorrect. Moose derives from Algonquian, a Native American language. It kept the same plural ending it had in its original language instead of adopting the normal S ending of most English plurals.