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Grammar Skills One and More Than One
Nouns can name one thing or more than one thing. One is called singular. More than one is called plural.
One and More Than One Most nouns add –s to name more than one. Nouns that end in s, x, ch, and sh add es to name more than one.
One and More Than One box or boxes Which noun is plural? boxes
One and More Than One box boxes Two _____ came in the mail. Two boxes came in the mail. One ____ was for Ray and one was for Kay. One box was for Ray and one was for Kay.
One and More Than One gifts or gift Which noun is plural? gifts
One and More Than One gifts gift “Grandad sent us each a _____!” cried Kay. “Grandad sent us each a gift!” cried Kay. The twins opened their______. The twins opened their gifts.
One and More Than One books or book Which noun is plural? books
One and More Than One book books Ray said, “I hope mine is a ____.” Ray said, “I hope mine is a book.” “He sent us some ____ last year,” said Kay “He sent us some books last year,” said Kay
One and More Than One watches or watch Which noun is plural? watches
One and More Than One watch watches “Look! I got a ____!” exclaimed Ray. “Look! I got a watch!” exclaimed Ray.
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