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Singular and Plural Nouns singular plural
Rule 1 To change most singular nouns to plural nouns, add s chair chairs catrock catsrocks
Rule 2 For nouns ending in sh, ch, s, x, add es brush brushes churchgrass churchesgrasses box boxes
Rule 3 For nouns ending in y after a vowel, add s daytoyessayboy daystoysessaysboys
Rule 4 For nouns ending in y after a consonant, change the y to i and add es flyponystorylady fliesponiesstoriesladies
Rule 5 For nouns ending in o after a vowel, add s studioportfoliorodeo studiosportfoliosrodeos
Rule 6 For nouns ending in o after a consonant, add es mottovolcanoherotomato mottoesvolcanoesheroestomatoes
Rule 7 For nouns ending in f or fe, change the f or fe to ves loafelfknifewife loaveselveskniveswives
Rule 8 Some nouns completely change their spelling Memorize these! mousegoosefootman micegeesefeetmen
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