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Singular and Plural Nouns Tom Souter. There are 6 ways to change a noun from singular to plural. A noun is a person, place, or thing. Singular means only.

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1 Singular and Plural Nouns Tom Souter

2 There are 6 ways to change a noun from singular to plural. A noun is a person, place, or thing. Singular means only one noun. Plural means more than one noun.

3 Rule 1 Most nouns become plural by adding s. boy book desk school boys books desks schools

4 Rule 2 Nouns that end in ch, sh, x, add es. bush box church bushes boxes churches

5 Rule 3 Nouns that end in f or fe often change to ves. wife wolf wives wolves

6 Rule 4 Some nouns change the inside spelling. man goose men geese mousemice

7 Rule 5 Nouns that end in a consonant letter and y, drop the y and add ies. sky puppy donkey key skies puppies donkeys keys

8 Rule 6 Some nouns do not change when making them plural. wheat deer fish corn wheat deer fish corn

9 Review 1. Most nouns become plural by addings. cup cups 2. Nouns that end in ch, sh, x addes dish dishes 3. Nouns that end inf or fe often change to ves. knife knives

10 Review 4. Some nouns change the inside spelling. woman women 5. Nouns that end in consonant letter and y, drop the y and add ies. fly flies monkey monkeys 6. Some nouns do not change when making them plural. cotton

11 mouse fly pen flash rice life mice flies pens flashes rice lives


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