Imagine that you live in a house with two friends, and there’s only one car for visiting other people. The car looks the same from the outside no matter who’s driving it, and others sometimes confuse you and your friends because they just see the car coming. But once you arrive, they figure it out and everything is fine.

Now imagine that instead of a car, we’re talking about a human body. Jill has three friends, but only one of them is ever around at a time, and they look and sound a lot alike. They’re separate people even though they seem to be one friend, based on appearances.

These two situations are the same — one from our side, one from yours. Let’s put our heads together and bridge the gap. Let’s form an understanding about plurality.

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