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SINGULAR & PLURAL NOUNS

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Transcript of SINGULAR & PLURAL NOUNS

Results
Rules
PLURAL
& SINGULAR
NOUNS

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there are a few irregulars
it can be formed by adding "s" "es" or changing the last letter before adding "s".
> Nouns ending in

"s"
take the ending
"es"
.
> As a general rule, the plural is formed by adding
"s"
to the singular form of nouns.
Words ending in
"y"

take the

ending

"ies"

in place of the

"y"
.
For a better understanding watch this video
Now lets practice with this exercise
Quiz
shoe- shoes
book- books
plant- plants
bus-
buses
kiss-

kisses
> A few words have very
irregular forms in the plural:
> A small set of words do
not change form in the plural:
one moose > two moose


one sheep > two sheep



one aircraft > two aircraft


one fish > two fish

> A few nouns
always indicate a plural meaning.
She gave me
some information.

Michelle has
a lot of clothes.
it is a word used to describe two or more things
What is a plural noun?
A family

Two or more families
A baby

Two or more babies
man

men

woman

women

child

children

mouse

mice

tooth

teeth

person
people

foot

feet

More help....
the possible endings are "s" "es" or "ies"

> Nouns ending in

"x" "ch" "sh"
also take the ending
"es"
.
box-


boxes
church-

churches
dish-
dishes
Exceptions
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