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Ww/E3.1 & 3 f and fe Plurals
If the word ends in f
v v f f f f v v
change the f to v and add es
½ ½ ½ ½ ½ hal ves
f a o l Can you guess the plurals?
ves l oa
shel v e s ves
ves wo l
If the word ends in fe
change the f to v leave the e and add s
k n i f e
knife knives 1 knife 2
wi f e Can you guess the plural?
li f e
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