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A collective noun usually takes a singular verb, but when it denotes the individual members of the group and not the group as a whole use a plural verb.
(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
Adjectives can't take the plural form, even when they're used as nouns in the plural.
When we mean only one thing we say a piece of advice: Let me give you a piece of advice.