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This changes to these if the noun that follows is in the plural.
Also avoid the use of this instead of the personal pronoun: John had the book but he gave this to his brother should be John had the book but he gave it to his brother.
Names of languages are singular and always take a singular verb.
In English, use the plural with anything greater than one, even if it's less than two.
The plural form works means a factory or the writings of an author: The works of Shakespeare are many. I visited the steel works.