Is It 'a Goggles' or 'a Pair of Goggles'?

It's "a pair of goggles" or just "goggles". Since we always use this noun in a plural form, it cannot be preceded by the article "a".

It's "a pair of goggles" or just "goggles". Because we always use this noun in a plural form, it cannot be preceded by the article "a".

Do you need to buy a new pair of goggles?

Do you need to buy a new goggles?

Wearing ski goggles properly is critical to your safety.

Follow the same convention with the nouns glasses, sunglasses, headphones, and binoculars.

My girlfriend wears glasses.

We commonly use a possessive pronoun (my, your, his, her, etc.) to identify a specific pair of goggles.

I can't find my goggles.

To count several instances of this object you can say "two pairs of goggles", "three pairs of goggles", "four pairs of goggles", etc.

I have two pairs of goggles in the drawer.

You can also use other common determiners for plural nouns, like "these" (not "this"), "any", "some", "the", etc.

These goggles are amazing.

But omit the determiner to talk about goggles in general.

Goggles are really useful in a snowstorm.

Be also aware that plural nouns, like goggles, require a plural form of a verb, so we say "goggles are" and not "googles is".

Where are your goggles?

Where is your goggles?

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