One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Is 'agenda' singular or plural?
Originally agenda was the plural of agendum, meaning ‘a thing to be done’. However, it became applied to a list of things to be done, and in this, the most usual modern sense, it has become firmly singular, with the plural agendas.
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