Just in case you’ve wondered about it, the right way to write the phrase dos and don’ts is to just add an s to do and another to don’t.
No need to add an apostrophe. After all, we do not use apostrophes to create plurals.
The phrase means “rules of behavior.”
- I have no knowledge of the political dos and don’ts. (The New Oxford American Dictionary)
- Here are some dos and don’ts for exercise during pregnancy. (Oxford Advanced American Dictionary)
- She told her daughter about the dos and don’ts of dating. (Learner’s Dictionary)
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