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More than One.

Singular and Plural Noun Review
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Lara Goldsmith

on 9 October 2012

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Transcript of More than One.

1.How do I make a singular noun plural?
2.How does knowing the rules of irregular plural nouns useful in Language Arts? Essential Questions a person, place, thing, or idea. What is a noun? What does it mean
if a noun is plural? What does it mean
if a noun is singular? For most nouns, you simply add an s to the singular noun to make it plural.

Examples:
teacher- teachers
book- books
flower- flowers Most of the time.... Add ES to nouns ending in S, X, CH, SH, or Z Examples:
calf- calves
wolf- wolves Change f to v and add es Examples:
story - stories
party - parties
city- cities Drop the Y and add IES Only one. Plural means many or more than one Examples:
patch- patches
fox-foxes
dish-dishes For nouns ending in y, with a vowel before the y, just add s. Add s to words
ending in a vowel + y Examples:
play- plays
key- keys
toy- toys Add s or es to words ending in o. Examples:
mosquito- mosquitoes
zero - zeroes
echo - echoes Some words become completely different words. Examples:
goose- geese
child - children Remember: learning the rules takes practice Which is what we will do today! 1. mouse
2. book
3. woman
4. prize
5. hero Examples:
goose- geese
child-children
octopus- octopi Some plural nouns become completely different words
or have special endings.
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