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Marias Kitchen Click on the sentence with the correct plural form(s). Click here to begin.
There is something in Marias kitchen. There is many things in Marias kitchen. There is many thing in Marias kitchen. There are many things in Marias kitchen.
There is an apple. There is an apples. There are an apples. There are apples.
There is a peach. There are peachs. There is peaches. There are peaches.
There is a box of candy. There are boxs of candies. There are boxes of candys. There are boxes of candies.
There is a kiss inside the box. There are kissies inside the box. There are kiss inside the box. There are kisses inside the box.
There is always a freshly baked cookie. There are always freshly baked cookes. There are always freshly baked cookys. There are always freshly baked cookies.
Her grandchild likes to visit. Her grandchildrens like to visit. Her grandchilds like to visit. Her grandchildren like to visit.
Maria has a friend. Maria has many friend. Maria has many friendes. Maria has many friends.
The man likes to come for lunch. The mens like to come for lunch. The mans like to come for lunch. The men like to come for lunch.
The woman likes to come for dinner. The womans like to come for dinner. The womens like to come for dinner. The women like to come for dinner.
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