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

The rich have a duty to help the poors.
The rich have a duty to help the poor.

Adjectives can't take the plural form, even when they're used as nouns in the plural.

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

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

Ten sheeps are grazing the field.
Ten sheep are grazing the field.

Sheep, deer, salmon, and a few other nouns have the same form for singular and plural. We say one sheep or ten sheep.

Can you give me any informations?
Can you give me any information?

When we mean only one thing we say an item or a bit of information: He gave me a useful item of information.

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