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Nothing's left, all are lost.
Nothing's left, all is lost.

All meaning everything, takes a singular verb, all meaning everybody, takes a plural verb: All of us are present.

I want to buy three dozens eggs.
I want to buy three dozen eggs.

(A dozen = 12): I'd like to buy a dozen eggs. When dozen isn't preceded by a numeral (like three) or by a we use the plural form: There were dozens of eggs

English is easier than German.
English are easier than German.

Names of languages are singular and always take a singular verb.

That man has long hair.
That man has long hairs.

When we use hair to denote a single thread, the plural form is hairs: I found two long hairs in my food.

Yesterday we had fish for dinner.
Yesterday we had fishes for dinner.

Fish as food or in bulk (= large numbers) is always singular. We rarely use the plural form (fishes) which denotes fish individually: I caught three small fishes.

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