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Human general communication languages with generally no plurality

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I inquire about Languages or language families in which, in general / in flowing conversion there is no plural ; from a bit of read I understand that both Mandarin and Japanese are such language; they do have a plurality indicator which can be utilized as an exception / informally but usually isn't used and the languages are pretty much "amount-general".

If indeed Mandarin and Japanese are like this, what other languages are like this as well?

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