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Singular & Plural Nouns

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Luís Freitas

on 2 April 2014

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Transcript of Singular & Plural Nouns

Singular Nouns
Plural Nouns
Names ONE person, place, or thing
Crocodile
Ninja
island
s
s
s
Nouns ending in "o"
Nouns ending in
"f" or "fe"
life
Remove the "f" or "fe"
The Outsiders
Some nouns are just unique and have a different way to make them plural
mouse
mice
ox
oxen
goose
geese
foot
feet
cactus
cacti
man
men
Adding "s"

nouns that are made with 2 or more words
You must always add S to the main noun
mother-in-law
s
mothers-in-law
Nouns ending in "y"
Eliminate "y"
Add "ies"
Preceded by a Consonant
Preceded by a Vowel
Add "s"
turkey
spy
bakery
chimney
Nouns ending in
"ch", "sh", "x",
"s" or "z"
beach
ax
mattress
marsh
es
es
es
es
Add "es" to the end
Some nouns are singular and plural
series
glasses
deer
sheep
fish
offspring
grass
species
premises
Some nouns just
stay plural
jeans
scissors
Some nouns have an "s" in the end that are singular
mathematics
linguistics
politics
buzz
es
Replace with "ves"
Just Add "s"
Add "s" if "o" is preceded by a vowel
Add "es" if "o" is preceded by a consonant
avocado
volcano
igloo
stereo
s
s
es
es
Some nouns that end in "o"
that are preceded by a consonant
are made plural by "s" or "es".
banjo-banjos/es
mosquito-mosquitos/es
cargo-cargos/es

leaf
leaves
s
s
spies
bakeries
person
people
child
children
lives
Singular and Plural Nouns
Names MORE than one person, place, or thing

to Hyphenated Compound Nouns
How to form
Plural
Nouns?
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