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Collective TermPlay
When talking about a group, use 'flock of sheep' instead of 'sheeps' since 'sheep' is both singular and plural. SlideI saw a large flock of sheep on the hill.
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No GenderPlay
Use 'sheep' for both male and female animals unless specifying with terms like 'ram' for males and 'ewe' for females. SlideThe farmer mentioned his best sheep is a ram.
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Wool ProductionPlay
Sheep are often associated with wool, so phrases like 'sheep wool' are common when discussing clothing materials. SlideShe bought a sweater made of sheep wool.