Learn English – How is “Scope of Work” pluralized: “Scopes of Work” or “Scope of Works”

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If a title of a thing has a prepositional phrase in it, does the plural form pluralize the subject or the object of the preposition, i.e. 'Scope of Work', is the plural form 'Scopes of Work', or 'Scope of Works'?

Edit: Or is it 'Statements of Work', or 'Statement of Works'?

Best Answer

Scope is a collective; it is "Scope of Work;" which can include several items.