2 Index Introduction Definitions Plural Rules Rule Number 1 Irregular PluralsExerciseResources
3 Definitions What is Singular Noun? Singular noun is a noun which refers to one onlyExamples: Girl, Boy, BookWhat is Plural Noun?Plural noun is a noun which refers to more than oneExamples: Boys, Girls, Books
4 Plural RulesThere are many rules for changing the nouns from Singular to PluralsWhat are the rules?
5 Rule Number 1 Rule Number 1 The plural of nouns is usually formed by adding - s to a singular noun.Examples :Fork ForksCat Cats
6 Rule Number 2 Rule Number 2 Nouns ending in s, z, x, sh, and ch form the plural by adding - es.Examples:Class ClassesWish Wishes
7 Rule Number 3 Rule Number 3 Nouns ending in - y preceded by a consonant is formed into a plural by changing - y to – iesExamples:Lady LadiesStory Stories
8 Rule Number 4 Rule Number 4 Nouns ending in y preceded by a vowel form their plurals by adding - s.ExamplesDay DaysToy Toys
9 Rule Number 5 Rule Number 5 Most nouns ending in o preceded by a consonant is formed into a plural by adding es.ExamplesHero HeroesPotato PotatoesBut some of those nouns are changed to Plural by adding S only – Example: Piano Pianos
10 Rule Number 6 Rule Number 6 Some nouns ending in f or fe are made plural by changing f or fe to - vesExamplesWife WivesKnife Knives
11 Irregular PluralsThere are some Irregular Plurals and I am going to show you some of these PluralsMan MenMouse MiceThe following nouns have no PluralsCattleTrousersSome nouns are always singularGoldCorn
12 Exercise Exercise – Change the following Singular to Plural Lamp Box BabyWolf
13 ResourcesA very simple Grammar of English( Celia Bilssett Katherine Hallgarten)
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