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Making Nouns plural
Rule #1 If the noun ends in a vowel, add –s Example: diccionario ► diccionarios
See if you can make this noun plural: Carpeta
Just add –s carpetas
Rule #2 If the noun ends in a consonant, Add –es Example: Papel ► papeles
See if you can make this noun plural: marcador
Just add –es marcadores
Rule #3: If a noun ends in –z, Change –z to –c and add –es. Example: Lápiz ► lapices
See if you can make this noun plural: † cruz
First, change –z to -c Cruc
Then, add –es Cruces † † † † †
Now try these: 1.Calculadora 2.Cartel 3.Cama 4.Vez 5.Reloj
Did you get them right? 1.Calculadora ► calculadoras 2.Cartel ► carteles 3.Cama ► camas 4.Vez ► veces 5.Reloj ► relojes
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