'A Leggings' or 'a Pair of Leggings'. Which Is Correct?

It's "a pair of leggings". The noun "leggings" only has a plural form and cannot be used with the article "a".

It's "a pair of leggings". The noun "leggings" only has a plural form and cannot be used with the article "a".

Yesterday I found a pair of leggings that fit me perfectly.

Yesterday I found a leggings that fit me perfectly.

Plural nouns cannot be used with numbers, but you can use the phrases "a pair of leggings", "two pairs of leggings", etc.

I have to buy a new pair of green leggings.

There were two pairs of leggings on the bed.

Instead of "a pair of", you can use other determiners for plural nouns, such as "the", "these", "some", "any", etc.

I love these leggings.

More commonly, however, we use a possessive pronoun (my, your, his, her, etc.)

My leggings are white.

But omit the determiner to talk about leggings in a general sense.

Leggings are typically made of nylon, wool, or cotton.

Be also aware that plural nouns, like "leggings", always take a plural form of a verb, so we say "leggings are", not "leggings is".

Are your leggings too tight?

Is your leggings too tight?

Follow the same practice with these plural nouns:

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