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The Bremen Town Musicians

The Bremen Town Musicians Reading Street
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Jamie Sink

on 17 October 2013

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The Bremen Town Musicians
Plural Nouns
When there is more than
one person, animal, place, or thing.
Homophones
Vocabulary
Cause and Effect
When an author tells what happened and why it happened, the author is using cause and effect.

Cause is why something happened.
Effect is what happened.
If the noun ends with a consonant and a "y", change the "y" to an "i" and add "es".

baby babies
pony ponies
candy candies
Retold as a play by Carol Pugliano-Martin
musician
someone who plays music
Mill

a building where grain
is crushed into flour
excitement
a feeling of
being very happy
robbers
people who steal
monsters
scary creatures
If the noun ends with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) and a "y", just add an "s".

toy toys
boy boys
monkey monkeys
donkey donkeys
Some plural nouns are called irregular plural nouns.
These don't become plural the "regular" way.

child children
tooth teeth
foot feet
mouse mice
If a noun ends with an "f" or an "fe", change the "f" to a "v" and add "es".

knife knives
elf elves
wolf wolves
loaf loaves
Words that sound the same, but have different meanings.

flower flour
knight night
hear here
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