From a Web site:
"I'm an alumni."
We don't speak or write much Latin these days, but this is a Latin error. It's the equivalent of saying "I'm a people."
"Alumni" is the masculine plural. The feminine plural is "alumnae." The singular words are "alumnus" (male) and "alumna" (female).
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