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SINGULAR & PLURAL NOUNS

UNIT 4 INGLES TAI
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LETS INSTITUTE

on 30 May 2013

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Transcript of SINGULAR & PLURAL NOUNS

Results Rules PLURALS Budapest (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Stockholm (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr is usually formed to indicate number
by adding "s" or "es" can also be formed in other ways can be formed by changing the last letter before adding "s". > Nouns ending in "s" or "s" will generally 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" will generally take the ending "ies" in place of the "y" . For a better understanding watch this video Now lets practice with this excercise Quizz Shoe- shoes
book- books tree- trees 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
one Deer > two deer
one Shrimp > two shrimp
one beef > two beef > A few nouns are invariable or collective, always indicating a plural meaning. She gave me some information.
Michelle has a lot of clothes. is a word used to describe two or more things What is a plural noun? a city Two or more
cities A lady Two or more ladies Sungular: Plural:
a man two men
a woman two women
a child two children
a mouse two mice
a tooth two teeth
a goose two geese
a foot two feet
an ox two oxen Answers More help....
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