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Singular and Plural Nouns
Rules for Regular Plural NounsExamples Most nouns Add s Books, desks, kids, plates, diners, cars, pets, rings 1
Most nouns that end in ch, sh, s, x, or z Add es 2 Nouns Plural Examples Most nouns that end in ch, sh, s, x, or z Add es Boxes, buses, benches, fuzzes, foxes, matches, churches, basses Exception: ox=oxen
Most nouns that end in a vowel and y add s Plural Examples Most nouns that end in a vowel and y add s Boys, days, keys, turkeys, rays, valleys, toys, joys 3
Most nouns that end in a consonant and y y becomes ies 4 Nouns Plural Examples Most nouns that end in a consonant and y y becomes ies Parties, babies, ladies, spies, countries
Most nouns that end in f or fe f or fe becomes ves Plural Examples Most nouns that end in f or fe f or fe becomes ves Wolves, wives, knives Exceptions: Chef=chefs Chief=chiefs 5
Kangaroos, videos, pianosNouns Plural Examples Most nouns that end in o Add s Kangaroos, videos, pianos 6
Certain nouns that end in a consonant and o Add es Plural Examples Certain nouns that end in a consonant and o Add es Heroes, volcanoes, tomatoes, potatoes 7
spoon fork window mug knife light dog bat wolf chef spoons forks windows mugs knives lights dogs bats wolves chefs space bench flight bowl hero ox day party half family spaces benches flights bowls heroes oxen days parties halves families
Irregular Plural NounsSingular Plural Alga Algae Antenna Antennae Bacterium Bacteria Cactus Cacti
Singular Plural Child Children Deer Die Dice Foot Feet
Singular Plural Fish Goose Geese Man Men Moose
Singular Plural Octopus Octupi Sheep Tooth Teeth Woman Women
Singular Plural Ox Oxen Mouse Mice Medium Media
Nouns with NO Singular FormCorn Copper Sugar Coffee News Silver gold Scissors Pants Mumps Tongs Trousers Shears Tweezers
Compound Nouns Note: son-in-law sons-in-lawmaid-of-honor maids-of-honor Note: Use this and that for singular nouns. Use these and those for plural nouns.
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